UK-based low-cost airline easyJet on Tuesday reiterated its plans to expand capacity but warned its results for the year would suffer more than expected from sterling's weakness.
Banks have stuck a deal with the Post Office to allow customers access to over-the-counter services at high street sites as a replacement for closed bank branches.
But what does this mean for the pound and other financial markets in the long run? Here's a look at how strategists, economists and other experts are responding.
Government borrowing fell by �0.4bn in December to �6.9bn, compared with 2015. The figures, from the Office for National Statistics, means borrowing for the year is �63.8bn, �10.6bn lower than for the same period a year ago.
The base metals for the most part are little changed this morning, Tuesday January 24, lead prices are up 0.6%, copper and nickel prices are both up 0.3% with three-month copper at $5,827 per tonne, while aluminium, zinc and tin prices are off 0.1 ...