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The latest investor updates on stocks that are trending on Friday.
How long you should stay living in a property if you want to maximise your return, according to the experts.
Spending more time together virtually may have had a lasting impact on how we communicate face-to-face and how we connect with people we work with.
Banks criticised for offering 'meagre' returns on customers' savings despite soaring interest rates.
Consumers who can least afford to pay over the odds more likely to be hit with a penalty of £302 on average.
The UK might be headed towards a recession as stubborn core inflation could see the Bank of England increase interest rates to a peak of 5.5%.
The rise of text to video applications could see AI-generated feature films created in people's bedrooms by the end of the year, claims a web3 advisor.
For some workers, the uncertainty of pay causes more stress than the job itself — especially if they’re paid depending on how they perform.
More than £1.2bn lost to financial fraud last year
BoE admits it got its forecast for price rises wrong and was slow to act.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said it no longer expects Britain's economy to fall into a recession this year and has upgraded its forecasts.
Private sector growth slows in UK amid 'tale of two economies'.
Chancellor to meet food manufacturers to discuss high prices
Economists expect the figure to fall to between 8% and 8.5% on Wednesday.
UK lost £153bn to inflation in the two years averaging £5,455 per household, new calculations have found.
Meta has received a record €1.2bn fine for failing to adhere to the European Union's privacy regulations.
Air fares jumped 50% on levels seen a year earlier, to an average of €41 (£36).
Will it really make remote working the norm for employees?
Which? is warning about the most convincing scams of 2023 so that consumers can take steps to protect themselves.
Prices hit record high as new sellers respond to improving market
Dash's co-founders launched in 2017 by using wonky fruit and veg rejected by supermarkets to make sparkling water drinks.
Nationwide will pay £340m directly into customer accounts for the first time.
Around one in five adults were finding bills and credit commitments a heavy burden by the start of this year.
Tesco's line of own brand pasta, such as penne and spaghetti, has been reduced by 15p.
There was regular pay growth in the public sector of 5.6% between January and March.