LONDON British consumer spending grew at its fastest rate in 8 months in January, helped by a rebound in clothing and footwear sales, figures from payment card company Visa Europe showed on Monday.
LONDON RWE's British unit npower plans to reduce domestic gas prices by an average of 5.2 percent from March 28, the company said on Monday.
At a disused coffee factory in west London, Britain's largest listed industrial property developer is embarking on what it hopes will become a new approach to easing the capital's housing shortage.
LONDON Britain's impending referendum on European Union membership is casting a shadow over the economy but really it's the macro picture stopping the Bank of England from raising interest rates, the top UK forecaster in Reuters polls last year says.
LONDON Crises at home and turmoil on world markets may have taken the shine off London's luxury property market for Chinese, Russian and Middle Eastern investors: some are even looking to sell up.
LONDON British starting salaries for new permanent and temporary jobs rose last month at the slowest pace since October 2013, according to a survey on Friday which will do little to quell the Bank of England's unease about a slowdown in wage growth.
LONDON The Bank of England cut its growth forecasts on Thursday and the only policymaker who had been pushing for a rate hike reversed his position, suggesting rates will stay on hold for the foreseeable future.
LONDON British house prices rose at a much stronger pace than expected last month, fuelled by a shortage of new homes coming to the market, mortgage lender Halifax said on Thursday.
LONDON The European Union's securities regulator is looking at what action to take after finding that up to 15 percent of actively managed funds may be misleading investors by covertly tracking a stock index.
LONDON Iberdrola's Scottish Power, one of Britain's big six power companies, will reduce its domestic gas prices by an average of 5.4 percent from March 15, it said on Tuesday, after similar cuts by other energy suppliers in the past two weeks.
LONDON British mortgage approvals unexpectedly rose in December to their highest since August and consumer credit recorded its sharpest annual growth in nearly a decade, Bank of England data showed on Monday.
LONDON For all that some investors fear Britain leaving the European Union, holders of government debt have barely blinked, with prices near a three-year high last week and foreign investors making record purchases.
LONDON The Bank of England probably disagrees with investors who think it will keep interest rates at a record low for almost another two years, but it's unlikely to say so very loudly on Thursday.