Irene Garcia Perez
Wealthy Europeans Call In the Movers as Brexit Cliff Edge Looms
JLR plans to cut 4,500 jobs worldwide, as the U.K.’s biggest automobile maker responds to the sales slowdown caused by Brexit.
Half of Spanish Internal Flights at Stake in Hard Brexit
London Heathrow Halts Flights Following Reported Drone Sighting
Britain Stages Mass Truck Jam to Prepare for No-Deal Brexit
Why Cut-Price Long-Haul Flights Can Mean Arriving Late
Ryanair Passenger Traffic Grew 8% in 2018, Slowest Since 2015
Five Things to Watch in European Oil in 2019
BOE Governor Carney has warned that the U.K. is at risk of facing net emigration, hurting the economy, in a disorderly departure.
For anyone with one eye on a sweet penthouse in London, every day is like Black Friday.
Corbyn Risk Weighs Most on Firms Filling Britain's Bath Tubs
Crude Crash Will Test Big Oil’s Devotion to Spending Discipline
Iran’s Oil-Market Realities: How Buyers Are Positioning for U.S. Sanctions
Higher Oil Prices May Mean Profit Pain for These Stock Sectors
Oil Seen Getting $4 a Barrel Boost on Tough New Ship-Fuel Rules
Investors Fled Italian Debt Funds After Bridge Collapse
Being an emerging-market economy can be tough when oil prices surge and your currency crumbles.
Scrubber Demand Booming as Oil Market Braces for IMO Regulations
If you happen to be at the beach this summer, make a mental note of any giant freighters crossing the horizon.