The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development predicted UK inflation to come in at 7.2% for 2023, increasing its previous forecast of 6.9% from June.
The FTSE 100 rose 0.4% after opening, while the CAC and DAX slipped.
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of spying on Parliament for the Chinese government.
Huawei has pulled another surprise launch for its Mate 60 Pro+ and Mate X5 foldable, both allegedly with 5G radio.
Shares in Anglo American and other stocks exposed to China fell on Tuesday as the country's sluggish recovery continues.
It follows continued trade sanctions from the US.
The latest update from the British Retail Consortium suggests inflation is easing as consumers boost their spending.
A look at how the major markets are performing on Tuesday
A look at what’s moving crude and bullion prices on Wednesday.
A look at how the major markets are performing on Wednesday.
The budget deficit between April and July was £56.6bn, some £11.3bn less than the Office for Budget Responsibility forecast in March.
Chinese real estate, cryptocurrencies and US pharmacy CVS are in the crosshairs.
China-based cryptocurrency miners have the potential to regain dominance over the bitcoin network. Yahoo Finance talked to an expert about the risks this would present for the world's largest digital asset.
After announcing the deal last year, Intel will no longer acquire Tower Semiconductor for $5.4 billion.
Brent and WTI decline as demand concerns overshadow crude supply fears.
The latest investor updates on stocks that are trending on Monday.
Public sector pay expectations have jumped from 3.3% to 4% in the last three months — the highest rate since 2012, according to the CIPD.
President Joe Biden signed an executive order that puts new limits on American investment in certain types of Chinese tech firms.
The long-awaited effort to prohibit Americans from sending money to some Chinese companies could inflame new tensions between Washington and Beijing.
The US trade deficit has shrunk by over 4% while the latest China trade numbers for July continued to point to weak economic activity and subdued domestic demand.
Late last year, Nikkei Asia reported that Japan was planning to add thousands of personnel to its military cyber defense unit. Now, we might know why — according to a report from the Washington Post, hackers in China had "deep, persistent access" to Japanese defense networks. When the National Security Agency is said to have first discovered the breach in late 2020, NSA Chief and Commander of US Cyber Command General Paul Nakasone flew to Japan with White House deputy national security advisor Matthew Pottinger to report the breach to officials.
Permanent staff hiring fell in July, to the lowest level since June 2020, according to new data.
China is mulling a two-hour daily limit on phone screen time for anyone under 18.
Public sector net borrowing came in at £18.5bn in June, a £0.4bn decrease from the same time last year, according to ONS figures.
Miners, utilities and real estate stocks are so far leading the move higher.
A look at how the major markets are performing on Monday.