Diamond giant announced plan in May to sell lab-grown gems.
Union Bank of India plans to close Antwerp branch within year.
Europe's Scorching Summer Has Caused a Crisis for Dairy Farmers
Russian Central Bank Buys More Gold in Face of Tougher Sanctions
Exchange-traded funds tracking the metal have bled assets for 13 consecutive weeks, the longest run in five years
Risky Mortgages on the Rise in Areas Most Vulnerable to Brexit
Trump's Steel War on Turkey Dashes Hope of Export Revival
Oil Major and Miner Ethics Scrutinized by Methodist Investors
BOE unexpectedly voted 9-0 to lift the rate to 0.75 percent, the second quarter-point move since November.
Looking for a Pay Rise in Britain? Change Job, Economists Say
BOE Rate Hike Seen Despite Brexit on Horizon: Decision Day Guide
Bank of England Urged to Be More Open About Brexit
U.K. firms’ confidence was unchanged at lowest level this year.
There are still plenty of reasons why BoE Governor Mark Carney and his colleagues might hold rates steady.
Indebted Britons Are Unprepared for Retirement, Lawmakers Warn
Ireland Urges Flexibility to Avoid a `Bad News' No-Deal Brexit
Broadbent Defends QE in Final Comments Before BOE Rate Decision
Boris Johnson Attacks May’s ‘Dithering’ Over Brexit
Manufacturing in U.K could see 25 percent of staff cut by 2037 due to artificial intelligence, PwC said.
British Minorities' Pay Lags Even as Education Gap Narrows
U.K. house prices fell for the first time in seven months as sellers adapted to the reality of the weaker market.