The Bank of England deputy governor, Ben Broadbent, has said the whole country should be grateful that Mark Carney is staying on as governor until 2019.
The US economy added 161,000 jobs in October, the final jobs report before the election. The unemployment rate dipped to 4.9%.
New car sales in the UK continued to rise last month as strong growth in businesses buying company vehicles outweighed falling demand from private buyers for a seventh month.
Marks & Spencer is expected to announce the closure of up to 30 stores next week as part of an attempt to revive the British retailer.
Google’s controversial advertising sales business in Dublin earned revenues of €22.6bn (£20.1bn) from Europe, the Middle East and Africa last year but paid just €47.8m in tax, according to company filings in Ireland.
Arsenal fans are not going to like Sol Campbell's comments...
Brendan Rodgers’s Celtic are going strong in the Scottish Premiership at the moment.
Much has been said about Sunderland so far this season, but regardless they still won't fall to the depths of Derby County.
There's a serious business lesson to be learned here about how to play your boss.
Sergio Agüero dominated the fallout from Manchester City’s defeat in Barcelona without setting foot on the pitch for 79 minutes and he eclipsed Lionel Messi in the return at the Etihad Stadium on Wednesday night without getting on the scoresheet.
British households can expect a cut in their disposable incomes next year as the knock-on effects of the vote to leave the European Union send inflation rocketing and weaken the outlook for the economy.
Inquiries into the banking sector have arrived at a rate of about one a year for the past couple of decades, but has any been as feeble as this summer’s offering from Competition and Markets Authority? That was the one that concluded that a few tweaks, like better price comparison websites and a voluntary cap on overdraft charges, might succeed where stiffer remedies had failed in the past to boost competition.