BBC News - Business
Updated: 10 hours 43 min ago
German carmaker Volkswagen plans huge investment to launch 30 all-electric models as it repositions itself as a "green" transport leader.
Disney is preparing to open its first park in Shanghai, but has the park been changed for China?
The FTSE 100 recovers ground to close just 16 points lower at 5,950.48.
The Bank of England warns that uncertainty about the EU referendum is the "largest immediate risk" facing global financial markets.
Lloyds Bank has won a major court battle against bondholders that could save it up to £1bn by leaving investors with lower payouts.
A crackdown on corruption in China has prompted Australian casino operator Crown Resorts to spin off its international assets into a separate company.
Luxury goods company Mulberry sees profits treble following switch to focus on more affordable products.
Retail sales volumes rise by a much better than expected 0.9% in May as better weather prompts consumers to buy more clothing.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney hits back at critics in the Vote Leave campaign who have warned him about commenting on the Referendum.
The Nikkei ends down 3% for the second time this week as another rise in the Japanese yen against the dollar threatens exporters prospects.
The American industrialist Gary Klesch has come out in favour of the UK leaving the European Union, saying the country could enjoy "explosive growth" if it was no longer tied to Brussels.
Poundland, being stalked by potential bidder Steinhoff, saw profits fall amid weak trading and the "strain" of integrating former rival 99p Stores.
Past and present Unilever bosses say the consumer goods giant would be "negatively impacted" if the UK left the EU as a result of next week's referendum.