The Bank of England's decision to increase interest rates on Thursday would hit UK's most vulnerable families hardest, debt charity StepChange has warned.
The Bank of England's monetary policy committee is widely expected to raise rates to 0.75% next week, the highest level since the financial crisis.
Oil company Royal Dutch Shell (RDSB.L) has failed to excite investors with confirmation of its $25bn (£19bn) share buyback.
Mark Zuckerberg, the co-founder of Facebook (FB), is on course to take a hit to personal wealth of about $17bn (£13bn) after the social media company lost nearly $120bn off its stock market value – the biggest fall faced by any US company in history.
The government is being warned of the risk that Brexit hurts the poorest hardest, driving them to seek out the cheapest food which is likely to be less heathy.
The pound has fallen below $1.30 for the first time since September as lower than expected retail sales and fears of a 'hard’ Brexit unnerved the markets.
After France beat Croatia in Sunday’s final, the Lloyd’s of London insurance market is able to claim that it has correctly predicted the winner for the second time running.
Financial firms are moving jobs out of London because of the uncertainty created by Brexit. Financial firms are expected to press on and even accelerate their Brexit contingency plans following the publication on Thursday of the government’s proposals for the UK’s trading relationships after the country leaves the EU. The proposals – set out in a 100-page white paper – have already been described as a “real blow” for the financial services sector as they acknowledge that the ties between the UK and the EU will be loosened after Brexit and that the crucial “passporting” regime which allows firms to trade seamlessly across countries inside the bloc ended.
Theresa May’s government is being warned that a Brexit deal that excludes the services sector risks hurting the 'life blood' of the economy.
The pound held firm after David Davis resigned from the government, unleashing political turmoil but raising expectations of a “soft” Brexit.
Teresa May's government has no clue, no consensus on how to execute Brexit without severe harm, says Airbus chief executive Tom Enders
A World Cup win by Harry Kane’s England would be an 'unalloyed, unadulterated absolute good' for the UK economy, the governor of the Bank of England has declared
Pubs and retailers pin hopes on England winning against Colombia in last-16 clash as demand for beer hits record high.
The titans of British high street are battered by poor sales as store footfall drops and real estate cost bites, with household names from John Lewis to Debenhams issuing profit warnings and the once mighty House of Fraser being forced to shut half its stores across the UK.
UK's largest commercial aerospace company warns it will cut jobs and shift manufacturing out of Britain if the government fails to avoid a hard Brexit.
UK's retail woes and slower economic growth prediction is likely to force Bank of England to hold interest rates on Thursday, experts say.