The days of some tax breaks for the world's wealthiest corporations appear limited, at least in Europe, as regulators appear to be acting to close taxation loopholes in a case concerning Apple and Ireland.
The U.K. economy grew faster than estimated in the second quarter, extending a recovery that's been more robust than previously thought.
LONDON (Reuters) - A new trough in euro zone inflation pushed the euro to a two-year low on Tuesday, leaving the dollar on course for its biggest quarterly gain in six years and world stocks facing their largest drop since the peak of the euro crisis.
There were two big developments last week that seemed unrelated but are really part of the same big story of how finance is changing.
Trading in the U.S. index futures suggests that Wall Street stocks may open Tuesday's session higher following yesterday's retreat.