A week is a long time in UK politics. So said the former prime minister Harold Wilson, and the month or so since the referendum that saw the country vote to leave the EU feels like at least a lifetime.
The yen fell for the first time this week on prospects Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will push through a fiscal stimulus package exceeding 28 trillion yen ($265 billion).
Workers in Britain have endured the biggest pay cut of any leading economy since the financial crisis, matched only by Greece, according to a new analysis.
Arm Holdings, the UK chipmaker that last week announced it had agreed a �24.3bn takeover by Japan's SoftBank, racked up some robust revenue growth in the three months to June and jacked up its interim dividend by a fifth.
ITV said it would tighten its belt by �25m next year to brace itself for the potential impact of Brexit on the advertising market.