LONDON, June 28 (Reuters) - Britain's top share index bounced back on Tuesday following two straight sessions of steep losses as insurers and banks, hit hard in the aftermath of Britain's decision to leave the European Union, led the market higher.
Supermarket prices could rise if the pound's fall continues, retail analysts have said. Some 40% of food consumed in the UK is imported meaning "any long term change in exchange rates may threaten the current period of cheaper groceries," according to ...
Redrow made a strong case against Brexit-induced panic in a trading update this morning ahead of its annual results. The housebuilder said it expects pre-tax profits to be at the top end of analysts' forecasts at �240m, compared to �204m in 2015.
Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Group has called off a deal to buy a UK company employing 3,000 staff, as he warned of the impact on jobs and investment of a Brexit.
Online supermarket Ocado has brushed off the launch of Amazon's delivery service in its London heartland, and insisted that Britain's vote to leave the EU would not derail its long-delayed plan to sign up foreign retail partners.