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.
A campaign to raise legal fees for former trader Tom Hayes has recently broken the £25,000 mark.
As uncertainty from the UK's referendum on EU membership continues to plague the banking sector, Deutsche Bank's chief economist is calling for a bailout of Europe's banks.
Wall Street investors are likely approaching the coming week apprehensively, as a number of big name banks are due to report their quarterly earnings.
UK taxpayers are sitting on a huge loss on RBS stock, with the bank's share price plummeting by more than 40 per cent since the EU referendum.
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.
Welcome to the Marks & Spencer merry-go-round, where Britain’s most famous high street retailer goes round in circles for years trying to fix its ailing clothing business.
The Brexit vote has battered consumer sentiment in the UK, a survey has found, highlighting worries about the economic outlook and fears over inflation.
A warning about the impact of the Brexit vote on financial services jobs has been issued by the head of the London Stock Exchange.
'The challenges facing the sector have not gone away'.
A French appeals court on Friday ordered former Societe Generale trader Jerome Kerviel pay €1m (£866,000) in damages to the bank following losses he made that totalled €4.9bn.