LONDON, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Sterling's fall since Britain's vote to leave the European Union will not necessarily lead to higher grocery prices, as it could be offset by lower commodities prices and stiff competition, the country's No.2 supermarket ...
The �79bn takeover of SABMiller by Stella Artois maker Anheuser-Busch InBev has overcome the final hurdle after shareholders in the Anglo-South African giant backed the biggest deal in British corporate history.
Britain's rise in the league table of the world's most competitive economies could be undermined by the country's vote to leave the EU, according to the World Economic Forum.
Quantitative easing is here to stay as a standard tool of central bankers, according to the Bank of England's deputy governor Minouche Shafik.
George Osborne will be remembered as a "particularly inept" chancellor whose pursuit of austerity in attempt to rein in Britain's deficit was doomed to failure, according to Yanis Varoufakis.