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Two-thirds of firms say turnover is below pre-crisis levels despite reopening, suggesting the deep effects of the downturn and social distancing.
The average home in June sold for £2,500 less than in May as the coronavirus continues to knock UK property prices.
IHS Markit’s Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) registered at 50.1, in line with economists expectations.
The company, which operates mainly from airports and train stations, blamed a 'slow recovery' in UK travel for potential cutbacks.
The UK prime minister said the current situation was worse than the 2008 global financial crisis.
1.1 million employers have used the job retention scheme at a cost of £25bn to the taxpayer.
The UK economy shrank by 2.2% in the first three months of the year, worse than an earlier estimate of 2%.
UK business confidence levels rose three percentage points in June but still stand near record lows.
Plans include £1.5bn for hospitals, £1bn to spend building new schools, £900m for “shovel-ready” local projects, and £100m for roads.
The French and German leaders are backing €500bn in grants for EU states.
Financial Conduct Authority to keep restrictions on Wirecard's UK business until it is satisfied that 'all clients' money is safe.'
Just 9,300 new mortgages were approved across the UK in May, as the COVID-19 pandemic pushed the housing market to near standstill.
The UK government will issue a record £275bn in new bonds between April and August, funding crisis measures like the furlough scheme and business loans.
Michel Barnier, the EU’s chief negotiator, and UK-counterpart David Frost begin five days of 'intensified' talks in Brussels.
The Treasury may cut the 20% value added tax (VAT) on many goods and services, but experts warn it may not spark the hoped-for price cuts and spending boost.
Calls are growing for the pension 'triple lock' rule to be changed to stop the UK coronavirus furlough scheme skewing how state pensions are uprated.
Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey said the central bank had to intervene in bond markets in early March to help the government raise money.
The leading global organisation’s forecast suggests the pandemic will hit Britain’s economy much harder than much of the rest of the world.
The seismic damage done by lockdown will likely take years to recover from — these are the economic challenges the UK faces.
London Capital & Finance collapsed at the start of 2019 after raising £236m from ordinary investors, many of whom thought they were buying ISA products.
Many analysts have warned prices will drop this year as unemployment grows, but pent-up demand during lockdown is currently boosting sales and prices.
Wirecard's future hangs in the balance over an accounting scandal.
As UK businesses return to work, firms are still waiting for £133bn for work done pre-lockdown, new research has found.