Katy Barnato is a reporter and copy editor at CNBC.com in London, where she tracks international business, financial market, economic and political news.
She previously reported on bond markets for Credit magazine. Her work has also been published in the U.K.'s Sunday Telegraph.
Nearly 500 million people are living in countries with negative interest rates, which could fuel a return to a “cash-only” society, says S&P Global.
The City of London has relinquished hopes the U.K. will retain full access to the European single market for goods and services, the Financial Times reported on Thursday.
College dropouts like Bill Gates made billions, but if you plan to complete your studies, Harvard may offer the best chance of becoming a millionaire.
The U.K.'s vote to leave the European Union has created "headwinds" for the region, minutes from the ECB's first meeting after the referendum said.
Ultra-low and negative bond yields are pushing traditional debt investors to look at equities — but buyers should beware of “dividend darlings,” a strategist told CNBC.
European stocks closed lower on Wednesday, as investors remained cautious ahead of the closely-watched release of the Fed's latest minutes.
The sluggish state of Europe’s biggest economies are hitting shopping habits says Nielsen.
BHP Billiton reported a record $6.4 billion annual loss on Tuesday, hammered by a bad bet on shale, a dam disaster in Brazil and a commodities slump.
"Change isn't necessarily negative but the challenge is how quickly can you adapt and embrace that position," says Nadja Swarovski, head of corporate communications and design services at Swarovski.
Brands are revealing their advertising plans for the Super Bowl, one of the biggest marketing occasions of the year
Adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted has said that digital marketing and the "heat" of the brand will stand it in good stead
CNBC looks at how the computer systems in F1 cars have made their way into regular vehicles.
FIA President Jean Todt discusses his start with the Ferarri team and the current problems facing F1.
F1 experts discuss whether the quieter engine sounds are making the sport less attractive.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost sits down with Mary Callahan Erdoes, J.P. Morgan Asset Management CEO, to discuss where she is seeing clients put their cash. I think you are going to start to see money being put back to work in lots of places, says Erdoes.
Paul Sheard, Standard & Poor's provides his thoughts on what Donald Trump's policies will mean for the global economy.
CNBC's Sara Eisen talks to Denise Morrison, Campbell Soup CEO about consumer trust and the U.S. economy.