Articles By Martin Baccardax

From Economy Mar 27, 2013

European Market Briefing: Shares Hold Modest Gains Amid Cyprus Debate [VIDEO]

IBTimes TV's daily Market Briefing report with European Business Editor Martin Baccardax

From Economy Mar 26, 2013

Eurogroup President Dijsselbloem Opens Rift with ECB on Cyprus Rescue Strategy [VIDEO]

ECB executive board member Benoit Coeure challenges 'Cyprus template' suggested by Eurogroup president Jeroen Dijsselbloem.

From Economy Mar 26, 2013

European Market Briefing: Stocks Rise as Investors Study Cyprus Bailout Deal

IBTimes TV's daily Market Briefing report with European Business Editor Martin Baccardax

From Economy Mar 26, 2013

Cyprus Crisis: Bailout Deal Faces Several Tests Before Completion

Germany, Finland and Netherlands must approve aid while Cypriot banks cling to ECB lifeline.

From Economy Mar 22, 2013

Cyprus Crisis: Parliament Wrangles over Bailout [VIDEO]

Lawmakers scrambling to agree a bailout deal ahead of European Central Bank deadline on financing.

From Economy Mar 22, 2013

BP Plans $8bn Share Buyback Following TNK-BP Sale

BP will buy $8bn worth of shares and keep $4.4bn in reserve following the formal sale of half of its Russian joint venture to Rosneft

From Economy Mar 21, 2013

European Market Briefing: Shares Fall After Grim Manufacturing Data, ECB Cyprus Deadline [VIDEO]

IBTimes TV's daily Market Briefing report with European Business Editor Martin Baccardax

From Economy Mar 21, 2013

Eurozone Economic Data Shows Steeper Declines in March

Markit's Composite PMI reading slips further to 46.5 as Germany's manufacturing sector surprisingly stalls

From Economy Mar 21, 2013

Cyprus Crisis: ECB Sets Monday Deadline for Bailout Deal [VIDEO]

ECB's governing council will pull emergency funding programme on 25 March unless Cyprus reaches deal with EU and IMF.

From Economy Mar 21, 2013

Osborne's Budget 2013: Winning the Battle, Losing the War [VIDEO]

Chancellor may have wrong-footed Opposition for the moment but his 'pay our own way' will not save him in the long run.