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Bad news for consumers as British Inflation hit its highest level in three and a half years in April with prices up by 2.7 percent from a year ago.
With the final round of the French presidential election looming, the focus was on anaemic economic growth in the first three months of the year.
Consumers across Europe could be paying over the odds for electricity, according to a Dutch study that reveals some electricity meters can give readings as much as 582 percent too…
Customer support for Starbucks has waned in recent weeks as customers negatively react to the coffee giant's promise to hire thousands of refugees
British Retail Consortium sees drop in non-food sales as Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development frets about Brexit uncertainty.
French consumer confidence remained at its best level in more than nine years in February for the second month in a row.
As inflation picked up and prices rose after the Brexit vote British consumers cut back on spending in January.
Uber's Travis Kalanick has quit President Trump's business advisory group while Tesla's Elon Musk stays to raise objections for "the greater good".
Monthly Eurostat figures showed consumers stocked up on non-food products, such as clothing and electrical goods.
Euro zone consumer confidence rose much more than expected by economists in November, according to the European Commission on Tuesday showed.
A new survey finds British consumers were at their most confident in five years in September, though not in London which mostly voted against Brexit.
The Bank of Japan is changing tack as it tries to get the economy growing again with an increased emphasis on the amount of interest paid to investors who buy government bonds.
German business morale fell in January to its lowest level since February 2015. The Ifo economic institute says its business climate index dipped
Consumer spending in Japan unexpectedly fell in July, threatening the country’s gradual recovery. The development puts more pressure on policymakers
Britain’s economic growth, at the heart of political campaigning for next weeks poll, has slowed in the manufacturing sector. That’s according to
Restrictions on food shopping in Venezuela, with shortages reported across the country
EU moves to help consumers be sure about the food they buy come under scrutiny in this edition of Utalk. The question is from Ivan in Sofia
Consumer rights relating to the safety and quality of toys is the subject of this Utalk. The question is from Paul in Marseille: “As Christmas
Brussels has promised to raise awareness about the European Small Claims Procedure, a regulation that aims to make it easier for people to solve
When I started research into this episode of Right On the term “dynamic packaging” kept cropping up. Dynamic what? I realised very quickly that it
Europe’s biggest retailer – Carrefour – which is struggling to win back investor confidence, did manage to stabilise sales in the first quarter
This week in U Talk, Luc from Brussels posts the question on our website: “What are my rights when I buy something on the Internet?”
New food labelling rules intend to make it easier for European shoppers to know what exactly what they are eating.
Damien from France asks what