One of the country’s biggest house builders has said that the proportion of new homes it sells in the capital is likely to fall.
The recruiter’s shares rebounded after reaching a 10-month low last week when rivals warned on profits.
Julian Dunkerton has revealed he will stay around until at least April 2021 to help find a long-term successor.
The decline continues a downward trend since the UK voted to leave the European Union in 2016.
The French tech giant already has major contracts with the Department for Work and Pensions.
But the retailer warned that trading in September was ‘mixed’ due to a ‘softer homeware market’.
Jack Ma, the retired former chairman of e-commerce giant Alibaba, has a net worth of £31.6 billion.
The ONS said the economy shrank by 0.1% in August, but grew 0.3% on a three-month basis.
The emails promoting an upgrade warned: ‘Your usage is affecting your broadband service. Let’s fix it.’
The Bank’s Financial Policy Committee said the digital currency has the potential to become a ‘systemically important’ payment system.
The bank will also launch a new cashback scheme – but said a facility allowing customers to withdraw cash over the counter at Post Offices will end.
The pound fell by 0.67% against the euro to 1.112 and slid by 0.52% to 1.222 against the dollar during trading on Tuesday.
The Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing proposed bid had threatened the LSE’s planned tie-up with data provider Refinitiv.
The consumer giant said it will cut more than 100,000 tonnes of plastic packaging out of its supply chain.
The FCA said the EU’s ‘patchwork’ approach to no-deal preparations has left the financial sector vulnerable to risks.