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‘Mexico is poised to redraft part of next year’s federal budget after a steep fall in oil prices upended the country’sIzabella Kaminska
The UK government has announced it will repay a small portion of government debt that can trace its lineage back to the 19thElaine Moore
BNP Paribas returned to profit in the third quarter amid a strong performance in fixed income and international retailMichael Stothard in Paris
Eurozone inflation rose from its lowest level in five years but core inflation slowed down unexpectedly, yielding a mixedAlice Ross in Frankfurt
International Airlines Group, owner of British Airways and Iberia, raised its full-year profit forecast on Friday afterJohn Aglionby
Forty years ago, the Swiss watch industry nearly died. The advent of Japanese quartz watches, cheaper and more accurate thanJames Shotter in Zurich and Tim Bradshaw in San Francisco
Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban has abandoned his controversial plan for the world’s first internet tax followingAndrew Byrne
Israel’s finance minister said he vetoed new spending on infrastructure for Jewish settlements in the West Bank after anJohn Reed in Jerusalem
Pendragon has raised its full-year profit expectations after a margin-boosting acceleration in the sale of secondhand cars.Claer Barrett
Sony has outlined a big pullback from the Chinese mobile market as it steps up efforts to fix its struggling smartphoneKana Inagaki in Tokyo
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