The Bank of England's recent stimulus package, including an interest rate cut to 0.25%, should provide support for households and housing market.
In September 2014, five months after Laurie McIlwee left, Tesco revealed a �263m black hole in its accounts. Photograph: Toby Melville/Reuters.
US political leaders reacted with anger to an EU decision to hit Apple with a record-breaking €13bn tax penalty, setting the stage for possible US retribution and highlighting the volatile politics around international corporate tax issues.
Millions of savers have been left "devastated" by further cuts in interest rates during August, according to analysis from Moneyfacts.
More figures today showed a post-Brexit recovery in consumer confidence as Britons carry on shopping, but savings are taking the hit as less is being put away.