LONDON (Reuters) - A Qatari-led consortium looked set to win its long-running battle to buy Songbird Estates (SBDE.L) on Wednesday after the owner of London's Canary Wharf business district dropped its opposition to the $4 billion (3 billion pounds) offer.
The Bank of England may not return its interest rates to anything like their pre-crisis levels, and they may remain stuck at 2.5pc until the middle of 2019.
Transport for London is planning to develop 50 of its sites into homes and offices, effectively transforming itself into a property company.
Campaigners have called for permission for two new fracking sites in Lancashire to be refused, ahead of a meeting by county councillors to consider the plans.
Fizzy drinks maker AG Barr has ended its financial year on a high note after reporting a "renewed sales momentum" in the final quarter.