Sterling steadied on Monday after posting its biggest daily drop in more than a month on Friday
The European Union needs to consider regulating bitcoin, European Central Bank ratesetter Ewald Nowotny said on Monday, citing the risk of money laundering
EY’s Brexit Tracker also shows that banks, asset managers and brokers are now expecting client facing and “front office” roles to leave Britain because of Brexit.
A weaker pound, buoyant overnight Asian shares and growing confidence in the financial sector helped pushed British shares higher and slightly ahead of their European peers on Monday
Bitcoin futures eased back from an initial surge of almost 22% to trade up 13% on Monday, in an eagerly awaited US market debut
Businesses could face formal action if they “flout” new rules, Westminster City Council has warned.
Sir Richard Branson has fanned the flames of a long-running feud with the boss of British Airways, calling on Willie Walsh to settle a “very public and painful” £1m bet.
The Consumer Prices Index (CPI) measure of inflation is expected to remain at 3% in November.
the launch of bitcoin futures fed the market’s cryptocurrency obsession
BuzzFeed is laying off about 100 employees and reorganising its advertising sales and business operations as it moves away from relying purely on native advertising
Nasdaq and broker Cantor Fitzgerald are looking to join the rush on Wall Street to trade bitcoin, which powered above $11,000 on Wednesday.
Yorkshire Building Society is to close 13 branches as part of an efficiency drive that could see it axe 250 jobs.
Bitcoin surges above $11,000, last trading up 14% on the day at $11,281
The warning from banks that Bitcoin is a bubble about to burst has yet to deter the market but even in a bull market, money can be made shorting the cryptocurrency.
Eurozone consumer confidence surged in November to reach its highest level since the start of 2001, a sign that the stronger rate of economic growth achieved in 2017 is likely to continue into next year.