London has taken the first step towards realsing its ambition to become a truly 24-hour city by opening two tube lines for an all-night service, with plans to extend to more lines if it is a…
Royal Bank of Scotland has sunk deeper into the red and said it is likely to take even longer than expected to return to profit.
Newly released statistics show that before the Brexit vote the UK's economy grew fairly robustly and after the vote British retailers suffered their sharpest fall in sales in four years.
UK finance minister Philip Hammond has promised a 'reset' of government policy if Britain's economic weakness continues after business surveys showed a fall in orders and confidence.
Britain's jobless rate has fallen to its lowest level since October 2005. It was 4.9 percent of the workforce in the three months to May
Inflation in Britain was boosted in June by more expensive airfares as football fans flew to France for the Euro 2016 championships.
Britain's leadership change, with Theresa May taking over from David Cameron, has boosted the value of the pound, but not by much as foreign exchange traders believe it will fall further.
London's commercial property market has been shaken up by the Brexit vote with property funds having to be frozen to stop investors taking all their money out.
This is the State of the Union, euronews’ round-up of the top stories from the past seven days.
In this edition of Business Line we look at the role of Bank of England governor Mark Carney as he tries to calm the financial world following the Brexit vote.
Finance minister George Osborne plans to cut UK business tax to less than 15 percent to try to cushion the effects of Brexit.
The Bank of England's Governor Mark Carney has said more stimulus will probably been needed for the UK economy over the summer to counter the effects of Brexit.
Britain has voted to leave the European Union, but what about those areas that wanted to stay in, such as Scotland and Northern Ireland? That's the subject of this week's Business Line.
The bounce back continues for Europe's stock markets. Britain's FTSE 100 index had recovered all of its post-Brexit losses by the end of trading on Wednesday.
The City of London is bracing itself for big jobs losses if big international firms leave because of Brexit and set up their head offices elsewhere.
State of the Union is euronews' weekly round-up of European affairs.
The pound plummeted and the London FTSE fell in the wake of Britain voting to leave the EU.
The Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has said its ready to intervene and provide additional help to prop up financial markets.
As summer gets into full swing its time for British holidaymakers to cash in their pounds for euros and dollars.