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Rolls-Royce has benefited from a pick-up in large engine deliveries and the heavy cost cutting programme introduced by Mr East last November.
The FTSE 100 closed down 29.37 points at 6721.06 as the price of oil fell back below $43 a barrel amid fears of softer global demand and a supply glut.
My partner and I are remortgaging at the moment and since putting in our application before the European referendum, we've been told the value of our house has dropped.
Four in five households are unaware of forthcoming TV licence changes which means they could run the risk of a £1,000 fine and a criminal record.
The International Monetary Fund has warned that Deutsche was so closely entwined with other big banks, its failure could bring the global system crashing down.
British tech company ARM Holdings has announced a jump in profits ahead of a planned £23bn takeover by Japanese giant SoftBank. Cambridge-based company revealed a 5pc profit rise to £208m.
Shell chief executive Ben van Beurden said: 'Lower oil prices continue to be a significant challenge across the business.' But the oil giant has maintained its dividend.
Manual workers, carers and people with low life expectancy are among groups which it is feared will be penalised by increases to the state pension age.
The RAC is the latest group to demand lower petrol and diesel prices, saying 3p should be clipped now that oil is around $43 a barrel.
Although the next couple of years will record lower house price inflation, by 2021 the average UK property will be around £40,000 more expensive, the Centre for Economics & Business Research said.
The loss of almost half-a-million customers came as households continue to switch away from energy giants like British Gas to small suppliers, after years of rows over too high bills and poor service.
The FTSE 100-listed drug maker saw its sales rise by 11 per cent to £6.5billion in the three months to June, driven by strong demand for new HIV and respiratory drugs and vaccines.
The prospect of a Lloyds share sale has been thrown into doubt once more, as the bank imposed heavy cuts and warned on lower interest rates, despite doubling its profits.
There are five million credit cards which, at their current repayment rate, may never be cleared. They're a problem for all of us, even those who clear their balance in full.
Brexit offers an opportunity to look beyond Britain and consider where the best investing opportunities lie. Justin Urquhart Stewart, of Seven IM, takes us on a trip round the globe.
Britain's bosses went on a shopping spree as 177 directors snapped up £18.5m of shares following the steep falls after the EU referendum result. London-listed shares tumbled.
Standard Chartered has appointed top economist Jose Vinals as its new chairman. Vinals, 62, will replace Sir John Peace when he stands down on December 1 after more than nine years.
A lesson of the turbulent years since the financial crisis of 2008 is that central banks cannot afford to get behind the curve. Former governor of the Bank of England was too slow to cut interest.
Many savers end up in their employer's 'default' funds, chosen for the whole workplace. Pension consultant Punter Southall Aspire put nine to the test - and found they don't follow a standard model at all.
Cars that dominated Britain's streets and driveways until relatively recently are on the verge of extinction - including the Austin Metro, Morris Marina and Ford Sierra.
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