More than 1m cars were built in the UK in the first seven months of this year, the biggest number for more than a decade.
Britain appears to be bouncing back from the post-Brexit panic in better shape than expected, after a string of indicators showed growth across the manufacturing sector, the building industry and in consumer spending.
The sharp drop in the pound has attracted tourists to the UK on shopping sprees, driving a jump in tax-free spending by overseas visitors, according to industry figures.
House prices will fall next year as the economy weakens following the vote to leave the EU, Britain’s biggest estate agent has predicted.
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Britain’s public finances showed a smaller-than-expected surplus in July, a month typically lucrative for the government as businesses settle their tax bills.
Fears that a Brexit vote would trigger widespread job losses failed to materialise last month, with the number of people claiming jobseeker’s allowance unexpectedly falling.
London could bear the brunt of a post-Brexit vote downturn, according to economic indicators in the weeks since the EU referendum pointing to job cuts, falling house prices and a decline in business activity in the capital.
Unlocking London’s night-time economy will deliver a £4bn boost to the capital and create an extra 70,000 jobs, a new report has found.
Hedge funds and other western investors have been piling into gold this year, pushing investment to a record high and driving the price of bullion to its biggest first-half gain since 1980.
David Zervos, head of global fixed income at Jefferies, spoke with Bloomberg TV's Erik Schatzker and Sara Eisen on 'Market Makers'.
Bitcoin registered as the 9th biggest payment network worldwide over the biggest ecommerce weekend of the year.
A vote to leave the EU next month could precipitate a stock market crash and steep fall in house prices, the International Monetary Fund has warned.
Britain’s jobs market has continued to brush off the Brexit vote after a rise in employment in August to a joint record high.
The pound took a dive in Asian trade on Friday amid speculation of a fat-finger trade and a FT report that resurfaced fears of a "hard Brexit."
A post-Brexit Britain could become “highly attractive” to foreign investors put off by conditions inside the European Union, according to the head of Europe’s largest newspaper publisher.
For chancellors of the exchequer, annual International Monetary Fund meetings have not always been the happiest of occasions.
Britain’s vote to leave the EU has had little immediate impact on people’s spending habits, according to new figures that suggest more money was splashed out on clothes, meals out and day trips in July.
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.
What a surprise, the great British consumer did not retreat into a bunker after the vote for Brexit in June. He and she kept on eating, drinking and buying houses as if nothing of great significance had happened.
The Bank of England has abandoned plans for further cuts to interest rates as it conceded the economy had stood up to the shock of June’s Brexit vote without the sharp slowdown Mark Carney and fellow policymakers had predicted.