LONDON Britain's top share index rose on Friday to touch a new high for 2016 and leaving it set to post its biggest weekly rise in 4-1/2 years as the rebound from last week's Brexit vote sell-off continued.
Budget airline easyJet is pressing ahead with plans to set up a new company in Europe to avoid the fall-out from Brexit, a move that could see the carrier switch its legal headquarters abroad.
The Brexit-charged race to the bottom for government bond yields is posing a new headache for the European Central Bank. Nearly €1 trillion of eurozone government debt has now fallen below the eligibility criteria for the ECB's quantitative easing ...
It is now exactly a year since the Airports Commission, which I chaired, published its final report, recommending a third runway at Heathrow.
Activity in Britain's struggling manufacturing sector started to recover in the run-up to the EU referendum, reaching a five-month high in June.