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Michel Barnier has warned that trade talks with the UK are at a "moment of truth" with only hours left to secure a deal to prevent potential chaos in the new year.
Lloyds Banking Group has scrapped all staff bonuses for 2020 because of a drop in profit caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the Financial Times reported.
UK manufacturers’ order books improved at their strongest rate since the start of the Covid-19 crisis in December as the clock ticked down to post-Brexit trading, a Confederation of British Industry survey showed.
Fulham Shore said most of its restaurants were closed to eat-in diners and remarked on the government's unpredictable measures for the sector as it reported a first-half loss caused by the Covid-19 crisis.
The Restaurant Group said it burnt through £5. 5m of cash during the November lockdown and that revised tiering restrictions would be “extremely challenging” in the first quarter of 2021.
Funeral directors will have to be honest about prices and scrap hidden commercial payments under proposals from the UK’s competition regulator.
The US is ready to add dozens of Chinese companies including chipmaker SMIC to a trade blacklist on Friday, according to a report.
Barclays said Ian Cheshire would step down as chairman of its UK bank because lacks the time to lead the lender through economic recovery from the effects of Covid-19.
UK consumer sentiment picked up in time for Christmas after the government started vaccinations against Covid-19, a survey showed.
Bank of America upgraded WPP to 'neutral' and increased its price target after the advertising company set out new growth targets.
Tesco will be the winner with price cuts set to be a major theme for grocers in 2021, Morgan Stanley said as it increased its price target for Tesco shares.
Bitcoin rose to a new record as bigger investors bought into the cryptocurrency as an insurance policy against inflation.
The Bank of England left monetary policy unchanged at ratesetters' last meeting of 2020 and said it would take whatever action was needed in an unusually uncertain time for the economy.
Revolution Bars shares rose after the bar operator reported strong liquidity following a first-half annual loss.
WPP said it would increase its dividend each year and restart share buybacks as the world's biggest advertising company by sales set out plans for growth.
St James's Place has recruited Prudential's Paul Manduca to replace Iain Cornish as its chairman.
International Personal Finance said collections in November held steady but that it was preparing for a weaker performance over the next few months.
John Lewis of Hungerford said sales and forward orders increased by a quarter so far in its financial year as customers spent money to improve their homes.
Britain's retailers and food manufacturers have asked MPs to hold an inquiry into disruption of ports and shipping in the important pre-Christmas trading period.
The president of the European Commission raised hopes of a Brexit trade deal on Wednesday but the UK urged caution as talks continued.