The City’s view on Britain triggering Article 50 to call time on its 44-year relationship with the European Union is that the hard work starts here.
Chinese and Middle Eastern buyers have piled into the UK property market taking advantage of a plunge in the value of the pound since Brexit, a report said.
The US has launched an investigation into alleged dumping of aluminium foils by Chinese manufacturers.
The owner of Absolut vodka and Martell cognac has blamed its decision to lift prices on spirits and wines in the UK on the need to offset the pound’s sharp slump.
Morgan Stanley is reportedly considering moving approximately 300 jobs away from Britain to either Dublin or Frankfurt, once the UK leaves the European Union.
The number of mortgages approved by High Street banks rose to its highest level in 12 months in January, fresh figures have shown.
Oil benchmark gains were muted on Wednesday (22 February) as Qatari energy minister Mohammed Saleh Al-Sada hinted that Opec could extend its production cuts beyond May depending on market permutations.
Consumer spending in the UK grew by just 0.4% year-on-year in January.
Pension freedoms: Five biggest risks to taking out your savings early IBTimes UK British pensioners are, on average, better off than their working counterparts, new research has found.
China saw a surge in both consumer and producer price inflation in January, a report by National Bureau of Statistics says.