The US government narrowly avoided being shut down for the second time in three weeks after the Senate finally backed president Trump’s budget in an 11th hour vote last night.
Britain's industrial production fell by more than expected in December, largely due to the impact of the closure of the Forties oil pipeline, the UK Office for National Statistics (ONS) said on Friday
The pound rose more than half a cent against the dollar after the Bank of England hinted that a further rate rise might come sooner than expected.
British prime minister Theresa May has told Japanese industrialists she wants a Brexit deal “as soon as possible”. May was meeting senior management from Nissan, Toyota, Honda, Hitachi and Mitsubishi today
Monday’s 1,100-point Wall Street plunge shows stockmarket investors are out of touch with reality. That is the claim of one leading commentator, who says investors “are trapped in a 1970s alternate universe”.
New unemployment claims in the US fell by 10,000 to 224,500 in January – the lowest figure since 1973.
Germany exported goods at a record pace in 2017 thanks to the acceleration in global growth, while imports into the eurozone's biggest economy also hit an all-time high as domestic demand increased
The head of the Financial Conduct Authority has been warned he risks making a “mockery” of the City watchdog if it further delays publishing a report into RBS’s mistreatment of small businesses.
J Murphy & Sons Limited has announced it has acquired Carillion’s UK power framework business for an undisclosed sum.
The US tech giant will begin accepting the app at its 41 outlets in mainland China, where ApplePay has made scant progress.
House price growth in the UK slowed in January, as did the rate of new houses coming onto the market, according to data from British mortgage lender Halifax on Wednesday