Tesco is in trouble. Sales have fallen, and it is under threat from discount supermarkets. But its shares are now very cheap. So is it time to buy, or will things just get worse? Ed Bowsher investigates.
Removing stamp duty from ETF share purchases could mean a cut in charges for the already cheap funds, says Ed Bowsher.
In the past, David Cameron took the Chinese premier to task about human rights abuses, and met the Dalai Lama. This week, he only wants to talk trade.
David Cameron led Britain’s biggest-ever trade mission to China this week in a bid to drum up demand for British exports.
Ukraine is enduring its worst political upheaval since the Orange Revolution of 2004.
Bacteria are becoming increasingly resistant to antibiotics – the biotech firms developing alternatives are set to profit handsomely, says Tom Bulford.
Imagine if Mark Carney used the extraordinary powers of the Bank of England for good – no housing bubble, and no inflation.
Boris Johnson’s Margaret Thatcher lecture last week gave an insight into the way his mind works.
The bottom line
$130,000The amount raised at auction for a collection of Bibles, including the first to land on the moon. The book was carried there by astronaut Edgar Mitchell on the Apollo 14 mission in February 1971.