Workers complete final checks on the production line at Nissan's car plant in Sunderland. Photograph: Nigel Roddis/Reuters. Graham Ruddick, Rowena Mason and Julia Kollewe.
LONDON, Oct 28 (Reuters) - British consumers turned less optimistic this month as sterling's slump began to eat into their disposable income, according to two surveys on Friday which will raise concerns about the strength of future spending growth ...
The U.K. currency has become the most prominent victim of the Brexit debate, falling 18 percent against the dollar since the British voted in June to withdraw from the European Union.
It's starting by rolling out a small number of women's and men's pieces, but there are plans in the works to "significantly ramp up" the number of items going forward.
Deutsche Bank AG on Thursday posted an unexpected profit and set aside more cash to cover litigation costs amid talks aimed at settling mortgage-securities probes with U.S.