The latest business and finance news from around the world, on the BBC.
The BBC's Lucy Burton talks to the people of Zambia about their hopes and aspirations.
A "highly contagious" strain of bird flu is found at a poultry farm in the Netherlands.
Eurozone growth remains weak as its biggest economy, Germany, only just avoids recession.
The medical charity MSF will start clinical trials to find an ebola treatment next month.
Six banks have been fined more than $4.1bn over manipulation of foreign exchange rates.
But much mistrust remains on both sides. We discuss with a supporter and a critic.
New rules, we're told, should mean no more bank bailouts.
Do new rules mean no more bank bailouts?
Russia's currency the rouble continues to fall.
Why is the oil price falling? World Business Report hears from OPEC
Why is the oil price falling? WBR hears from OPEC, as well as global winners and losers
Why US voters turned against President Obama, and what it might mean for their economy.
British spy chief claims technology firms are in denial over terrorists using websites
The financial world is preparing for more penalties, this time in global currency markets
Japan's central bank vows to pump even more money into the country's struggling economy