Ask anyone about powerful stock markets and financial hubs, and the conversation will likely turn to Wall Street. But in actual fact, London has been far more powerful than Wall Street - or any other financial hotspot - for many years.
Nissan said in October that it wanted to turn its Sunderland site into a 'super-plant', building 600,000 cars a year. Photograph: Scott Heppell/AFP/Getty Images.
Recently analysts working for various investment brokerages have changed their ratings and price targets on shares of Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc (NYSE:RBS).
More than a third of companies in Britain are concerned that Brexit will create skill shortages. Photograph: Alamy. Toby Helm. Saturday 21 January 2017 19.05 EST Last modified on Saturday 21 January 2017 19.07 EST.
Donald Trump finally has the power of the presidency and markets are braced for lots of action. Expectations are high for a flurry of excitement and activity from Washington in the week ahead as President Trump gets to work.