George Osborne has promised American bank bosses that a post-Brexit Britain will “do everything we can to make the UK the most attractive place in the world to do business”.
The chancellor, George Osborne, will urge US investors not to turn their backs on Britain as he begins a world tour aimed at building new trade ties outside the European Union.
The Bank of England will consider the first interest rate cut for more than seven years this week, as it seeks to contain the economic fallout from the Brexit vote.
The Brexit vote has battered consumer sentiment in the UK, a survey has found, highlighting worries about the economic outlook and fears over inflation.
Sales of new cars in the UK fell for only the second time in more than four years in June, in a sign that consumers are feeling less confident about spending money on big items.
Gold is one of the few good hedges right now, and that means it is poised to go "much higher," BlackRock's Russ Koesterich said Tuesday.
Incomes for the top U.S. 1 percent have surged since the financial crisis, but are still well below their peak in 2007, according to new data released by the IRS.
Ireland may have to revise its annual GDP figures for the past decade following the European commission’s ruling that the majority of Apple’s overseas profits should have been taxable in the Republic.
Consumers and businesses in the Eurozone are feeling more confident on the economy, according to figures released this morning.
A rise in consumer spending helped the UK economy power ahead in the months running up to the EU referendum, with little sign the vote hurt investment or the wider economy, official statisticians have said.
Britain’s services sector enjoyed a record rise last month, as companies shrugged off the initial shock of the vote to leave the EU, according to a survey of business activity that adds to signs the economy has escaped recession in the immediate aftermath of the referendum.
This is what should be done by politicians to avoid a global recession after Brexit, former Wells Fargo CEO Dick Kovacevich says.
The experts said it could never happen. There was no way in which Donald Trump could win the Republican nomination for the US presidency.
The dollar went up. The dollar went down again. Share prices dropped. Share prices recovered. Yes, it was time for Wall Street to play one of its favourite games: interpreting a speech by Janet Yellen.
Britain’s factories saw a strong rebound in output and new orders in August, according to a survey that suggested manufacturers quickly shrugged off the shock of June’s vote to leave the EU.
Bitcoin has its first British boozer.
Taxpayers are handing businesses £93bn a year – a transfer of more than £3,500 from each household in the UK.
The Bank of England could take interest rates to zero and unlock another £280bn of quantitative easing if the economy slows in the wake of the Brexit vote.
The pound has sunk to a three-year low against the euro on worries over the UK’s prospects outside the EU, after the government set a timetable for Brexit negotiations and fanned fears it would go for a deal that leaves Britain excluded from the single market.