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In the last 24 hours, rent-to-own high street giant BrightHouse and Italian restaurant chain Carluccio's are said to be close to collapse.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak hinted that national insurance contributions by the self-employed could increase after the coronavirus crisis pases.
A spike in benefit claims could mark the end of Britain's record jobs boom, buckling under the weight of the coronavirus.
The British pound initially pulled back during the week but found enough support at the 1.15 level to cause a significant bounce. At this point, the market is trying to wipe out the losses from the previous week.
The British pound went back and forth during the trading session on Friday as the market seem to have run into a bit of resistance. If you’ve been following my analysis, you know that I had suggested that the 1.2250 level would cause a few headaches.
Officials said annual leave can be delayed by up to two years for all workers, in a bid to ease pressure on essential services.
McCormick's (MKC) first-quarter fiscal 2020 results are likely to reflect gains from innovation and savings from the CCI program. However, volatile currency movements are concerning.
With the ongoing erratic movement of most stocks, it's a prudent idea for investors to go for dividend-paying stocks as a regular source of income.
After a sharp drop in the pound to dollar exchange rate last week, the pair has recovered almost the entire loss this week. The question at this stage is – will the momentum continue?
Some takeaway-only restaurants and hotels continue to trade, but new figures lay bare the crippling impact of the coronavirus and government lockdown.
"We’ve had opposition from Exxon (NYSE:XOM)," Sheffield told CNBC. "They prefer all the independents to go bankrupt and then pick up the scraps. We have other companies like Marathon and Ovintiv who are opposed to it because they are so financially stressed that they cannot cut production or else they go bankrupt."
Buyers, sellers, renters and estate agents were warned against business as usual as the housing market unravels amid the coronavirus.
China’s industrial profits tested risk appetite early on, with stats later today unlikely to have a material impact as the governments battle on.
Grubhub founder and CEO Matt Maloney talks with Yahoo Finance about how the food delivery business is navigating the coronavirus pandemic.
The British pound has rallied significantly during the trading session on Thursday, to break above the 1.20 level. By doing so, it looks as if we are trying to make a significant turnaround. However, there is a lot of resistance in this region.