News: Money

'Unnecessary Misery': UN Poverty Expert Lambasts Austerity And Government Cuts

Saturday  03:55,   17 november 2018

Government cuts have inflicted “unnecessary misery in one of the richest countries in the world” and entrenching high levels of poverty, a UN investigation into poverty in Britain has found. Professor Philip Alston, a United Nations special... >>>

Airbus planning for 'no-deal' Brexit as 'baseline' scenario - memo

Saturday  03:40,   17 november 2018

Airbus planning for 'no-deal' Brexit as 'baseline' scenario -... >>>

Shares slide persists amid Brexit turmoil

Friday  19:05,   16 november 2018

Banking and housebuilding stocks remain under pressure as businesses exposed to the UK economy continue to feel the heat from the ongoing political crisis over... >>>

BoE 2019 rate hike bets cut further, money markets signal

Friday  17:05,   16 november 2018

BoE 2019 rate hike bets cut further, money markets... >>>

Microsoft under GDPR microscope for Office 365 and OneDrive

Friday  16:30,   16 november 2018

Dutch investigators believe Microsoft's cloud services are secretly harvesting user... >>>

Virgin Media And EE Fined Total Of £13.3 Million For Overcharging Customers

Friday  15:06,   16 november 2018

Virgin Media and EE have been fined a combined total of £13.3 million by regulator Ofcom, for overcharging nearly 500,000 phone and broadband customers who wanted to leave their contracts early. Ofcom said both companies broke consumer protection... >>>

Struggling budget airline Flybe strikes £5m leaseback deal on a hangar to carry on flying

Friday  14:55,   16 november 2018

Flybe is racing to drum up cash to stay afloat, warning that its full-year losses are set to soar to £22m and opening up sale talks with potential buyers. It has blamed its woes on falling demand for... >>>

Aston Martin slumps despite revenues jumping 81% and profits rising from £300,000 to £3.1m

Friday  14:30,   16 november 2018

The luxury car maker said it now expects total car sales this year to come in at the top end of its guided range of 6,200 to 6,400. But shares fell 106.8p to 1505p on another difficult day as a public company. The company also said it now expects... >>>

Musk May Face Multiple Sets of Investor Lawsuits Over His Infamous Tweet

Friday  14:05,   16 november 2018

Elon Musk’s now-infamous tweet saying he’d secured funding to take Tesla Inc. private did so much damage to so many different kinds of investors that he should have to face not one, but two or even three separate groups of securities fraud lawsuits, >>>

Housebuilding hits highest level since the crisis: Number of new UK homes rose 2% to 222,190 in 2017-18

Friday  07:40,   16 november 2018

Among those were 195,290 new homes, also the highest figure for ten... >>>

You can now buy a SIM-free iPhone XR

Friday  04:55,   16 november 2018

You can get an unlocked iPhone XR that’s not tied to a... >>>

Google rolls out Night Sight mode to Pixel smartphones

Friday  04:55,   16 november 2018

Google is now rolling out an update to the Pixel Camera app, bringing a new Night Sight mode to the three generations of Pixel smartphones for use on the main and selfie... >>>

UK has lost two-thirds of bank branches in 30 years

Friday  04:30,   16 november 2018

The UK has lost two-thirds of its bank branches in the past 30 years, sparking warnings that communities were losing access to mainstream financial services. The UK has lost two-thirds of its bank branches in the past 30 years, sparking warnings... >>>

UK retail sales slow to six-month low, shoppers delay buying winter clothing

Friday  03:55,   16 november 2018

UK retail sales slow to six-month low, shoppers delay buying winter... >>>

Card Factory returns to sales growth amid ‘challenging’ trading

Thursday  18:16,   15 november 2018

The greetings card chain said like-for-like store sales edged 0.1% higher in its third quarter to October, while website sales jumped... >>>