The U.S. economy's third-quarter scorecard on Friday will probably show a notable pickup in growth following a sluggish first half.
THE City of London is fretting about Brexit, especially about talk of a “hard Brexit” that takes Britain out of the European Union's single market.
TWO of London's biggest flotations, expected to be worth nearly �15 billion, were scrapped today as Brexit jitters slammed the door shut on stock-market listings.
Barclays has reported a mixed set of results, including a fall in profit in its core divisions because of another �600m PPI bill.
Andrew Bailey, the new head of the Financial Conduct Authority, has launched a consultation to determine what the regulator is for.