DEUTSCHE Bank analysts have warned China could be at the centre of the next financial crisis.
FINANCIAL experts have warned central banks across the world are “out of ammunition” to combat a second global recession.
EVERY new car depreciates the moment you drive it off the forecourt, but some depreciate faster than others.
TATA Steel has taken the first step to merge with Germany company Thyssenkrupp with 4,000 jobs under threat.
THE pound has registered mild losses versus the euro this afternoon, although sterling has risen from the day’s worst levels after technical factors
AT a time when you might expect downsizers to be moving into small properties, many are opting for new-build family homes with room to look after thei
LIVING in Cornwall was a dream come true for Peggy Bigglestone but when her husband died she realised she was too far from family and friends.
AFTER a career as a primary school teacher, Rosemary Wallace is enjoying being on the other side of the desk at classes and workshops for residents at
SHARES in motor insurer esure have risen following reports that its biggest stakeholder is looking to sell.
CHEESE and butter maker Dairy Crest said it remains on track to boost half-year profits, despite feeling the squeeze from rising cream costs.
PEPERAMI-maker Jack Link’s is considering opening a multimillion-pound manufacturing plant in the Midlands, creating upwards of 200 jobs.
THE anguish of moving elderly parents into a nursing home was compounded for a family when it came to settling up one of the bills.
THE global economy could go into meltdown triggered by the impending rise in interest rates around the world, a top banking watchdog has warned.
RYANAIR shares fell 3 per cent today after the budget airline cancelled between 40 and 50 flights per day until the end of October, disrupting hundred
NEXT, one of the UK’s biggest clothes retailers, released half-year results on Thursday.
PROFITS at B&Q owner Kingfisher are expected to tumble when the DIY firm reports half-year results this week, after it was hit by wetter than usual su
HIGH-end Italian appliance firm Smeg is hoping that the weak pound will continue to attract property-hungry investors to London, where the company has
THE pound is falling from its one-year high versus the US dollar as Brexit again becomes the focus of the markets.
THE pound exchange rate against the euro is weakening at the start of this week's session as GBP slides from the high struck following recent comments
BRITAIN is now the eighth largest industrial nation, after manufacturing returned to growth last year, a new report says.
PENSIONERS have been urged to check whether they're got a forgotten nest egg, with around £400million unclaimed, according to the Government.
BITCOIN'S price surge has attracted more investors to plough cash into cryptocurrencies and Initial Coin Offerings , but the financial regulator is no
NO INVESTOR is an island, and even the most patriotic Briton will want to invest some of their money overseas, as well as at home.
VICTIMS of Royal Bank of Scotland’s restructuring division could seek a judicial review of the City regulator’s decision to keep under wraps a rep
FOR the victims of Royal Bank of Scotland’s notorious turnaround division, Global Restructuring Group, even getting people to take their claims seri
FIRMS will be banned from using cold calling about pensions under House of Lords amendments to the Financial Guidance and Claims Bill.
MILLIONS of homeowners are paying too much for their mortgage and could pay off debts faster by simply moving to a better deal, research has showed.
THE price of gold has dropped from one year highs, but could jump back if North Korea World War 3 worries make a return, experts have warned.
THE fragile eurozone still needs huge levels of monetary support, the European Central Bank 's chief economist has warned.
MORTGAGE bills could rocket in the coming months, as interest rates will rise four times to hit 1.25 per cent in the coming year, top economists have
JD WETHERSPOON chairman Tim Martin warned EU leaders to “wise up” or risk losing supply deals with the UK because of their “posturing and threat
BLACK Friday, the shopping extravaganza when the likes of Amazon and Argos launch limited sales ahead of Christmas, falls on November 24 2017.
BRITAIN is on course for a Brexit labour market shock that could put companies out of business amid falling immigration, Deutsche Bank analysts have f
BITCOIN'S price has jumped back towards $4,000, as the cryptocurrency staged a recovery after China closed down exchanges BTCC, OkCoin and Huobi in a
BREXIT threats from unelected European Union oligarchs will hurt long-suffering eurozone states far more than UK companies, according to Wetherspoon
ANGELA Merkel appears to have bowed down to pressure from Jean-Claude Juncker over plans for a European finance minister in a desperate effort to mana
BRITISH households will see their mortgage bills surge when interest rates rise, experts warned amid expectations the Bank of England could hike as so
THE price of bitcoin is tumbling as China closes local exchanges, but some experts have predicted the cryptocurrency will bounceback and stage a recov
BRITAIN’S £1.6 trillion investment consultancy industry faces a crackdown after the City watchdog ordered a competition probe.
MORRISONS boss David Potts insisted the supermarket’s revival was on track despite a second-quarter sales growth slowdown.
THE boss of 21st Century Fox warned yesterday that Britain's post-Brexit open for business claims are on the line after its £11.7billion bid to tak
THE pound has surged against the euro and US dollar, after the Bank of England warned interest rates could soon rise for the first time in a decade -
THE price of bitcoin has rocketed by more than 700 per cent in less than 12 months, prompting a number of high-profile critics to label the cryptocurr
INTEREST rates could rise for the first time in a decade in November, after policymakers at the Bank of England today warned a hike is set to happen s
NEXT was back in vogue yesterday as the fashion retailer predicted higher annual sales and profits.
THE PRICE of bitcoin fell below $3,500 this afternoon, sparking concern among investors in the cryptocurrency. But why is bitcoin falling?
A HORRIFIC war between North Korea and the United States is set to break out in the coming months, and will trigger a devastating financial crisis, an
THE BITCOIN price is falling after Chinese bitcoin exchange BTCChina announced that it will stop trading from September 30. Here are live price update
THE pound to euro exchange rate has jumped to a two-month high, as markets anticipated an interest rate rise could come as soon as November, after an
BITCOIN is a dangerous fraud and any employee at JP Morgan found trading the cryptocurrency will be fired, according to boss Jamie Dimon.
EASYJET threw down the challenge to established network carriers such as British Airways yesterday as it launched a new booking platform enabling cust
DUNELM shares jumped 51p to 661½p as the home furnishings group talked up its acquisition of WorldStores as a “springboard” for online growth.
THE EUROPEAN Union will not be allowed to use Brexit to bring in “protectionist” measures aimed at pinching business from the City of London, the
BITCOIN traders have been dealt a blow after JP Morgan chief Jamie Dimon labelled the currency a fraud. But what exactly is the digital cryptocurrency
BITCOIN'S price has bounced back from a crash below $3,000, after China shut down local cryptocurrency exchanges with BTCC, OkCoin and Huobi confirmin
EVERYBODY likes a good moan about estate agents but if you are buying or selling a house you cannot avoid dealing with them.
BITCOIN'S price has clawed back some of its losses after sinking in response to speculation China was to close down local cryptocurrency exchanges.
BRITAIN’S banking sector is an “accident waiting to happen”, according to a shocking new report which brands the Bank of England’s stress test
PUBLIC relations firm Bell Pottinger has collapsed into administration after failing to find a buyer.
APPLE'S share price has tumbled after the iPhone X launch as Wall Street digested the details of new phone - as well as the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8
AN artificial intelligence-powered toy robot that can recognise faces could help human-robot relationships, its developer has claimed.
GOOGLE has launched an appeal against a record €2.42 billion fine from Europe's competition watchdog for breaching antitrust rules with its online s
THE cost of living surged to 2.9 per cent in August, raising the likelihood the Bank of England could raise interest rates in September.
BRITAIN's capital has retained its title as the leading international hub for financial services, more than one year after the Brexit vote and six mon
INTEREST rates will rise sooner than expected, raising mortgage and borrowing costs for millions of families, but households are ignoring the signs, t
AN ABOVE-forecast surge in the rate of UK consumer price growth has pushed the pound to euro exchange rate sharply higher today.
HORNBY chief executive Steve Cooke is leaving after major shareholder Phoenix UK Fund tightened its grip on the model train maker.
PETRA Diamonds has suspended a Tanzanian mine amid a government probe into the country’s mining industry.
OLDER relatives are offering the younger generation a ‘living inheritance’ of cash gifts in a bid to help them get on the housing ladder, pay off
MILLIONS of workers are failing to save enough for their old age despite being worried about paying the bills in retirement, new figures show.
AT least one small business owner a week is facing prison for failing to pay their business rate bills, research has revealed.
THE bitcoin price has tumbled further amid rumours that China is set to close down local cryptocurrency exchanges.
MORRISONS is set to report rising sales and profits when it releases half-year figures next week, but increased competition is expected to have hit gr
THE latest estimate of damage costs caused by Hurricane Irma is lower than initially feared, clearing the way for global markets to rise at the start
THE pound to euro exchange rate is sitting at its highest levels in around a month, after inflation hit a five-year high, ahead of employment figures
THE Bank of England is expected to keep interest rates on hold next week, with new voting member and deputy governor Dave Ramsden unlikely to “rock
THE pound made consistent gains against the US dollar last week, approaching a one month high.
RETIREMENT planning is one of the most important things you will ever do but many are deterred by confusing rules and impenetrable jargon.
THE SOUND and the fury over how Brexit will affect the UK economy seems to get more thunderous by the day.
THE pound may be set to mount a fightback and reverse the battering it has taken this year.
IT IS always nice to be popular, as long as it is for the right reasons.
Embattled high-street fashion chain Next is facing a 17 per cent drop in pre-tax profits as it continues to lose market share to rivals.
ASHTEAD GROUP will find itself in the eye of a storm when it reports first-quarter results this Tuesday.
Confusion over joint bank account rules is rife among couples, leaving them vulnerable to serious knock-on consequences, according to latest research
THE eurozone's chief central banker Mario Draghi has stubbornly refused to acknowledge the risks with the bloc's gigantic money-printing programme - a
MANUFACTURING grew at its fastest this year in July after UK car production moved up a gear.
First cars bring more than their fair share of cares, according to latest research from The Motor Ombudsman which has produced a new guide to deal wit
THE Bank of England has significant concern over authorisation for Deutsche Bank's UK branch ahead of Brexit, according to reports.
GO-AHEAD Group is aiming to drive up profits from its international operations as a consumer spending squeeze puts the brake on its domestic rail busi
HOUSE prices in London and the South East have slowed over the past 12 months but values in other parts of Britain are surging, analysis has showed.
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