LONDON Sterling fell and London's FTSE 100 index rose on Tuesday in a volatile response to a UK Supreme Court ruling that the government must go through parliament, but not its regional assemblies, to trigger talks on leaving the European Union. | Video
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LONDON, Jan 24 - Britain cut its budget deficit by slightly less than expected last month but a better than previously thought performance in November could help Chancellor Philip Hammond to hit his target for the current financial year.
VALLETTA Britain can discuss but not seal bilateral trade deals while it remains a member of the European Union, the deputy head of the bloc's executive, which will lead the technical negotiations on Brexit, said on Tuesday.
NEW YORK The top executives of Aetna and Humana on Tuesday issued a joint statement saying that they continue to believe in their $34 billion (27.25 billion pounds) merger deal after a court ruled against it for antitrust reasons, and said that they would consider all available options.
WASHINGTON U.S. President Donald Trump pushed the chief executives of General Motors Co , Ford Motor Co and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV on Tuesday to increase production in the United States and boost American employment.
DUBLIN U.S. bank Citigroup will make a decision on its Brexit contingency plans in the first half of the year and choose from a number of potential EU counties to relocate some investment banking business, the bank's European chief said on Tuesday.