1630:Close Equities paid more attention on Tuesday to the ratcheting-up of tensions between Beijing and Washington as trading kicked-off with a sharp move lower on the Shanghai bourse.
Urals Energy saw its shares jump over 10% on Tuesday despite experiencing delays in the completion of its first well at the South Dagi programme.
US housing starts rose more than expected in May, to a 10-year high, according to data released by the Commerce Department on Tuesday.
US pharma businesses have warned the government that the UK’s dominant position in life sciences is threatened by Brexit and the NHS’s slow adoption of new medicines.
Two thirds of leave voters in the Brexit referendum prefer a hard Irish border to not leaving the customs union after the divorce.
The Chinese ambassador to Australia claimed that "less bias and bigotry" was required to repair relations between the two as concerns that China's influence in the nation continues to mount.
European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi sounded a confident note on the outlook for inflation on Tuesday, despite the multiple sources of uncertainty surrounding the outlook for growth.
Eurozone construction output is growing more strongly, official data showed on Tuesday, indicating the second quarter will make a good recovery from an extremely slow start to the year.
Germany's economy is expected to grow more slowly in the coming years due to the risks around a euro crisis sparked by Italy and a potential trade war with the US.
President Donald Trump instructed his country's Trade Representative to identify another $200bn-worth of goods on which to levy 10% tariffs.
Commodities were little changed at the start of the week, with a rebound in Brent crude oil futures offsetting weakness in the agricultural space.
Oil and gas firm Empyrean Energy on Monday completed an oil migration study for offshore China Block 29/11, a site with potential pathways into the Jade, Topaz and Pearl prospects.
Theresa May said the government planned to provide the NHS an extra £394m a week, funded from increased tax contributions.
The House of Lords is set to vote down the government’s Brexit bill and the “meaningful vote” on Monday setting up a showdown with rebel lawmakers in the Commons on Wednesday.
Sentiment among US housebuilders deteriorated in June due to sharply higher lumber prices, according to data released on Monday.
A number of OPEC countries are optimistic that a compromise agreement on boosting the cartel's output over the next few months can be reached.
AIM-listed exploration company 88 Energy has begun nitrogen lift operations at its Icewine-2 well in Alaska, recovering fluids previously injected into the site through fracking.
Sweden's third largest party is pushing for a referendum on leaving the European Union within the next four years.
China has retaliated and hit US with $34bn tariffs on over 600 products including whiskey, electrical cars and soy, while state media attacked the US president Donald Trump’s actions.