UK consumer confidence climbed in June to its highest level since the start of the millennium, as low inflation and stronger pay growth paved the way for a surge in spending.
"It's like deja vu, all over again," baseball coach Yogi Berra once famously said. And you'd be forgiven for thinking the same about UK airport expansion.
Workers outside the Bank of England. Its chief economist believes an interest rate cut is conceivable. Photograph: David Levene/David Levene.
HONG KONG Asian shares rose on Tuesday after Chinese stocks broke a punishing three-day losing streak, but gains were capped by fears they could go into freefall again and as investors nervously awaited further developments in the deepening euro ...
Britain should stay in the EU and push harder to make Brussels work for us, campaign group TheCityUK said today, presenting a list of 25 key reforms.