GERMANY'S top stock index was flashing red after shares in the country's biggest carmakers plunged over a fresh investigation into the diesel emission
THE pound struggled against the euro and dollar on Tuesday morning, as markets awaited a speech by the Bank of England's chief economist Andy Haldane.
LUXURY shoe brand Jimmy Choo is to be acquired by US fashion brand Michael Kors in an £896 million deal.
ALMOST two million home owners are on interest-only mortgages and failing to make any repayments on the underlying debt, amid fears of a ticking time
TESCO customers across Britain will be able to order food online and have it delivered just hours later, as the supermarket rolls out same day deliver
SAUDI Arabia’s risky plot to raise oil prices to save its economy has failed sending the country into crisis.
A £1,900 DEPOSIT swelled the coffers of double glazing outfit EnergiGlass but led to abject misery for reluctant customer Susan Lambert and her very
MORE than seven million people in their 30s and 40s will lose £10,000 each under Government plans to increase the state pension age earlier than plan
THE pound brushed off a gloomy forecast from the International Monetary Fund for Britain's growth to rise against both the euro and the dollar on Mond
LAST week global consumer goods giant Unilever released half-year results.
THE boss of Quorn Foods has backed the firm to ride out any Brexit disruption to its European business as he unveiled plans to create 300 jobs and inv
TECHNOLOGY stocks have smashed record highs last reached at the height of the dot.com bubble in March 2000, sparking renewed fears of a crash.
PRIVATE charter airline GlobeAir reports demand for trips to London is soaring as wealthy shoppers eye luxury goods made cheaper by the weak pound.
WHEN booking a summer holiday a quick glance at the small print will show whether your package has got ATOL or ABTA protection.
THE weaker pound will drive double digit revenue growth when Reckitt Benckiser reports its first-half results tomorrow.
YOU can’t take it with you, the saying goes, but you can at least make sure your worldly wealth goes to the right person.
THE banking sector is under renewed assault from tech-driven start-ups and aggressive regulators a decade after the credit crunch.
MOBILE phone supplier EE is using superfast mobile technology to put on cliff-edge performances for film lovers around the country.
PAYSAFE has emerged as a £2.9billion takeover target for private equity as a growing shift from consumers using cash to using mobile devices to pay f
EASYJET hit turbulence yesterday as it braced itself for more intense competition driving down fares.
FAILING to keep appointments with thousands of customers has cost British Gas £1.1 million in pay-outs.
SAVERS have been warned as the number of people caught out by a pension 'super tax' almost doubled last year.
THE need to feel comfortable, content and safe in your surroundings is something that affects people no matter where they live.
SPORTS Direct’s shares hit a 10-month high yesterday as the sportswear retailer said its big investment in new flagship stores would help it score h
BRITAIN was forced to hand over hundreds of millions of pounds extra to Brussels in June, after the European Commission claimed the UK has underpaid t
DEUTSCHE Bank has warned its London-based staff that bosses are preparing for the worst outcome from Brexit and moving jobs to Frankfurt.
THE pound has plunged to its lowest level since last October against the euro, after the latest update from the European Central Bank and fraught Brex
THE state pension could be means-tested under a future Jeremy Corbyn government, a top financial expert has warned.
BITCOIN'S price has continued to bounce back, and rocketed by around 40 per cent over the last three days as it recovers from lows seen at the start o
A WORSE-than-expected UK government borrowing deficit has failed to undermine tentative gains for the pound against the euro.
RETAIL sales are on the up as British shoppers stock up on clothes for the summer heatwave in a bid to defy the squeeze from rising prices.
THE eurozone economy is under performing in key areas and still needs huge levels of monetary support, the European Central Bank president warned duri
DRUGS giant GlaxoSmithKline plans to sell its UK Horlicks business and close the site where the malted milk drink is made as part of a shake-up.
NOTTINGHAM BUILDING SOCIETY has secured the future of 50 jobs by bucking the industry trend and opening seven branches.
THE pound tumbled after a crucial update on Brexit negotiations from David Davis and the European Union's Michel Barnier revealed the two sides disagr
BRITAIN'S flat state pension age favours wealthier and healthier people and punishes those who can't work into their later years, according to former
MIKE ASHLEY'S Sports Direct has revealed annual profits more than halved after it was left exposed by the pound's plunge following the Brexit vote.
ROLLING out more cafés in stores helped Hotel Chocolat hit a sweet spot as annual sales pushed through the £100million barrier.
BRITAIN is at risk of crashing into a recession as a result of failed Brexit talks, credit rating agency Moody’s has warned in a scare-mongering rep
IRELAND’S economy is loaded with more debt and MUCH smaller than previously thought, shock figures reveal.
BRITONS in their thirties and fourties face a longer wait until retirement under changes to the state pension age today announced by the Government.
STRONG sales of cheese helped prevent Dairy Crest’s fortunes souring after soaring cream prices ate into profits in its butter business.
SCIENCE commercialisation firm IP Group is closing in on a £490 million takeover of university spin-off Touchstone Innovations after it won key suppo
MILLIONS of Britons face a longer wait to retire, as the state pension age will rises sooner than previously outlined, under plans today unveiled by t
HARRY Potter publisher Bloomsbury has another hit on its hands – a new digital music division.
THIS weekend sees the start of the great British summer getaway, but there is one thing many holidaymakers will be leaving behind – the contents of
THE pound clawed back some of its losses against the euro, as markets gear up for the latest update from the European Central Bank .
EUROZONE inflation remains below target in an embarrassing development for the European Central Bank which has pulled out all of the stops to kick the
TROUBLED support services group Carillion continued its fightback from last week's shock profit warning yesterday by securing Ministry of Defence deal
GERMANY'S biggest carmakers are at risk of an export-related meltdown that could trigger a huge stock sell-off in the Eurozone's largest economy, an e
HOUSE prices have shrugged off gloomy Brexit forecasts, as some parts of Britain outside of the South East reap large growth, official data revealed t
REDUCING promotions and selling more clothes at full price helped Jack Wills return to the black last year.
CREAKING construction group Carillion began rebuilding after its consortium won a share of £6.6billion in contracts to build the high-speed rail line
THE cost of living in Britain fell from three-year highs amid tumbling petrol prices, official data showed today.
THE pound jumped to a 10-month high against the dollar on Tuesday, before falling back after inflation came in below expectations.
BITCOIN prices have recovered after free-falling over the weekend, with traders excited by the prospect of a solution to the so-called Bitcoin civil
BARGAIN Booze and Wine Rack owner Conviviality hailed a transformational year as it toasted a 147 per cent jump in pre-tax profit to £22.5 million
THE NEW £10 will be unveiled for the first time on Tuesday - weeks before 275 million plastic notes are circulated in Britain.
THE UK housing market appears to have shrugged off any concerns of an economic slowdown post-Brexit, with property prices seeing a strong year-on-year
WOULD-BE expats looking to live life to the full could make their finances stretch further by moving to a nation with a comparatively low cost of livi
On a quiet day for UK economic news, the pound is trading at a rate of $1.307 against the US dollar, down slightly from its recent ten-month high of $
THE pound held steady against the euro this morning as data showed that Eurozone inflation slipped yet again in June.
A LANDLINE telephone contract turned sour when the monthly charge that customer Sheila Smith was expecting almost doubled after she signed up.
LAST week will be one that Carillion shareholders would rather forget.
Investors are set to enjoy a “knockout year” after dividends hit an all-time record of £33.3billion in the second quarter, thanks to a lift from
DAME CAROLYN MCCALL, the EasyJet boss, is to join ITV as chief executive.
MORE than a million Britons have seized on pension freedom reforms to take control of their savings pots, but many are making expensive mistakes as a
I SEEM to have spent the last decade warning about rampant consumer borrowing but the credit bubble only seems to blow larger and larger.
HARD-pressed consumers and businesses may enjoy some relief this week as analysts predict that recent rapid inflation growth should stabilise.
THE NUMBER of self-employed workers has soared in recent years, but while this offers freedom for some it means financial insecurity for many more.
BUDGET airlines easyJet and Wizz Air are set to shake off Brexit turbulence as strong passenger traffic drives higher revenues.
UNILEVER is on course for strong underlying sales growth of 3 per cent as it seeks to put recent takeover battles behind it.
TRADERS are warning that Bitcoin could crash this week amid a schism over how the hugely volatile cryptocurrency should operate.
EASYJET is to create a new airline based in Austria to enable it to continue operating flights within the EU after Brexit.
BANKS are slowly abandoning the need for customers to enter a correct Pin number in order to complete certain transactions.
BARCLAYS has confirmed plans to expand its Dublin operations as part of Brexit contingency plans, amid a lack of uncertainty about the future of finan
BRITONS face further rises to the official retirement age or their children will be hit with higher taxes and fewer benefits, the returning head of th
HOUSE prices jumped by 3.8 per cent over the past 12 months, as regions outside of London beat the capital's growth.
EUROPE'S car industry has suffered a heavy blow after customer growth fell in June.
BRITAIN should pay off its debts as it risks economic disaster if public spending is ramped up, the Government’s budget watchdog has warned.
A LACK of UK data, coupled with market reticence to buy the euro ahead of key US developments later, is keeping the GBP/EUR exchange rate stuck at the
THE pound continued to slip against the Australian dollar this morning as the antipodean currency was bolstered by renewed commodity strength and US d
ASTRAZENECA’S shares topped the blue chip casualty list yesterday amid speculation its boss is set to quit to take charge of Israel-based pharma gro
SHARES in plus-size fashion retailer N Brown shrank by over 6 per cent yesterday after it was forced to set aside up to £40 million for another round
THE pound has jumped against the euro after the Bank of England's Ian McCafferty called for the economy money-printing programme to be ended sooner ra
A MASSIVE £4.2billion fine is the toll for taxpayer-owned RBS’s dabbling in the US mortgage scandal 10 years ago – and there’s more to come.
PEOPLE who receive financial advice could end up around £40,000 better off than those who do not, research suggests.
MILLIONS of Lloyds Bank and Halifax customers are to see overdraft charges overhauled in November, in an effort to make fees easier to understand.
MORE than half of over-55s taking cash out of pensions are simply putting the money into other savings or investments, raising fears that many will be
GERMANY has profited from Greece's debt misery to the tune of £1.19billion , shock figures have revealed.
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