Cash registers might be ringing up less in sales this Christmas in Britain and France according to twin surveys
There is some good news for Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond ahead of his first Autumn Statement.
It was spend, spend, spend in Britain in October as retail sales surged by 1.9 percent from September and jumped 7.4 percent from a year ago.
Britain's jobless rate unexpectedly fell to an 11-year low between July and September, but there were also signs of a possible labour market slowdown.
Inflation in Britain slipped slightly in October, but Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has warned higher prices are on the way in the UK.
The Bank of England has scrapped plans to cut UK interest rates and took a neutral stance as it raised its forecasts for growth and inflation in 2017.
Ratings agency Moody's has said Britain's credit rating risks being downgraded depending on the trade deal it negotiates with the European Union.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney is to stay in that job until the end of June 2019 to help smooth Britain's departure from the European Union.
The British government is to expand Europe's busiest airport - Heathrow - spending the equivalent of up to 20 billion euros to build a third runway.
A huge cigarette merger is in the offing as British American Tobacco aims to roll up the 58 percent of Reynolds American that it does not already own.
Job creation in Britain slowed in the three months up to August but it seems the Brexit vote has not yet undermined the labour market.
Paris, Frankfurt, Luxembourg and Dublin are stepping up a charm offensive to lure London's financial institutions following the Brexit vote.
Inflation in Britain jumped in September, and it was mostly more expensive clothes and costlier fuel which pushed it up, rather than the weaker pound.
The UK’s creative industries represent around 9% of the country’s GDP, according to John McVay head of the UK Producers Alliance for Cinema and
UK finance minister Philip Hammond has had to deny that he is close to quitting over the government's Brexit policy.
A new survey finds British consumers were at their most confident in five years in September, though not in London which mostly voted against Brexit.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has warned inflation will rise with the falling value of the pound pushing up prices.
Top UK retailer Tesco has settled a fight with consumer goods producer Unilever over price rises prompted by the weak pound following the Brexit vote.
The UK's largest supermarket chain Tesco and one its major suppliers, Unilever, have settled a price war on more than a dozen products.
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Top international bankers warn they could start moving staff out of Britain by next year if there's no clarity on UK access to the EU single market.
Experts see no end to sterling's fall in value against other currencies due to worries over the effects of the UK's vote to leave the European Union.
The latest UK business surveys seem to show the economy losing steam with company bosses lacking confidence about investment and hiring workers.
The British government has issued its second-ever fracking permit to shale gas company Cuadrilla for a site in Lancashire in northwest England.
The UK's services sector was strong in September adding to doubts about the need for another interest rate cut to cushion the Brexit vote impact.
UK finance minister Philip Hammond fails to rouse sterling with his talk of a new fiscal plan against the economic turbulence from the Brexit vote.
UK Finance Minister Philip Hammond has sought to reassure British businesses amid uncertainty in the wake of the vote to leave the EU.