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London shares have ticked lower marginally lower in a session that will be dominated by retail and President Donald Trump's healthcare bill.
Known for its iconic green and red lorries, Eddie Stobart has announced plans to float on the London Stock Exchange in a listing that would value the logistics group at over £550million.
Despite this gloomy picture, the number of first time buyers rose at the highest annual level since 2008 in the year to January, separate figures from the Council for Mortgage Lenders reveal.
There are around 720,000 homes across various retirement housing types in England and Wales - enough to house just 7 per cent of the older population who want to downsize.
While sales rose by a better-than-expected 1.4% last month, volumes were down by 1.4% across the three months to February, the fastest decline in seven years, the ONS said.
A clampdown on tax avoidance by HMRC will be enforced from 6 April, hitting thousands of public sector workers who are paid through so-called personal service companies (PSCs).
The state pension age should rise to 68 by 2039 and the 'triple lock' guaranteeing annual payment hikes of 2.5 per cent should be ditched, says a Government-backed report.
Picking funds is one of the jobs of Schroders' head of multi-manager Marcus Brookes, he joins us on the Investing Show to explain how he identifies the best opportunities.
With inflation rising and wages stagnating, shoppers were spending less on clothing last year and the group's underlying pre-tax profits fell 3.8 per cent to £790.2million.
The proportion of existing landlords who intend to sell property in the next year has more than doubled since July 2015 when George Osborne revealed a buy-to-let crackdown.
Despite the better long-term returns, many with plenty of rainy-day savings in cash are reluctant to invest any extra money they save. Here's why they should bother.
The company, which had a £1bn takeover offer knocked back by Bovis early this month, said it is on course to make profits of 'at least £306m' in the year to the end of June.
MP Andrew Tyrie said there were too many different Government organisations responsible for regulating IT security at banks and insurers.
Sue and Tim ran out of money during the build of their dream home in the first series of BBC's The House that £100k Built. They're back and have finished their interiors for just £6,000.
Ex-Tory MP Charles Hendry has joined the boards of Independent Oil and Gas and its major stakeholder London Oil and Gas, on top of his existing role as an advisor to international oil giant Vitol.
Just weeks after Kraft Heinz was shown the door by Unilever, the Dutch paints and chemical giant Akzo Nobel is under siege from US rival PPG with an offer that values the group at £19.4bn.
The low-cost chain, which has 73 stores and 64 concessions in the UK, faced rising costs after the fall in the pound since the Brexit vote. It pays for most of its shoes in dollars.
Bannister picked up a £700k base salary in 2016, along with £16k in benefits such as a car allowance and £123k towards his pension, plus £1.1m under the company’s long-term bonus plan.
David Ritchie resigned as chief executive of the struggling firm on January 9 following a shock profits warning and stinging criticism over the quality of its new homes.
Sales in the DIY giant – which has stores in the UK, France, and other European countries – rose 2.3 per cent in the year to January 31.
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