Oil majors dragged the London market lower as the price of oil tumbled amid heightened fears over a global supply glut. The FTSE 100 index was off 20.4 points to 6710.13, as Brent crude sunk 1.9% to 44.83 US dollars (�37.50) a barrel after a report ...
Payments from a �3bn European development fund were suspended indefinitely by the UK Government, just days after the vote to leave the EU, The Independent can reveal.
Manufacturing growth is expected to slow over the next three months following the sharpest fall in company optimism since January 2009, according to the Confederation of British Industry.
More than 12,000 jobs in solar power have been lost in the past year because of government subsidy cuts, according to an industry-commissioned report.
Lackluster demand on a new debt sale generated a bout of selling in the U.S. government bond market on Monday, sending the yield on the two-year note to a one-month high.