News And Announcements
Heathrow Airport unveiled its plans to construct a third runway by 2026 and complete its expansion by 2050 on Tuesday.
US housing starts fell in May but came in better than expected due to an upward revision to the previous month's figure, according to data released by the Commerce Department on Tuesday.
The European Union's passenger car market recorded a modest increase (+0. 1%) in May, but only after eight consecutive months of declines, the latest report from the European Automobile Manufacturers Association revealed.
The UK government needs to spend an extra £8bn on the NHS to keep it afloat or risk the service’s long-term plan failing, revealed new analysis from the Health Foundation.
Annual inflation in the eurozone eased to its weakest rate for a year in May, putting further pressure on the European Central Bank to take action.
Investor sentiment in Germany deteriorated much more than expected in June, dragged down by weak economic data and the ongoing Sino-US trade spat, according to the latest survey from the ZEW Center for European Economic Research in Mannheim.
The Empire State Manufacturing Index has tumbled into negative territory after recording the largest monthly decline on record.
House prices in England and Wales returned to annual growth with a 0. 3% rise in May as foreign buyers returned to the property market and demand may be beginning to break through, according to a report released on Monday.
Eurozone labour costs increased in the first quarter, as wage growth picked up across the bloc, official data showed on Monday.
The British Chambers of Commerce revised its medium-term growth forecasts for the UK lower, trimming its forecast for the rate of growth in GDP in 2020 to 1. 0%, from 1. 3%, and to 1. 2%, from 1. 4%, in 2021, blaming Brexit stockpiling for the downgrades in its latest economic forecasts released on Monday.
British households have become more confident about their longer-term financial health, despite ongoing concerns about their current position.
UK businesses cannot afford to put their faith in politicians to produce a Brexit resolution so they should ramp up their preparations for a no-deal Brexit, warned the Institute of Directors on Friday.
The London Metal Exchange has banned traders from drinking during working hours as the exchange tries to shed its reputation for boozy, sexist behaviour.
Glasgow Prestwick Airport will be put up for sale as the Scottish Government looks to return the facility to the private sector.
Big Four accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers has been fined £4. 55m over its 2016 audit of IT management firm Redcentric, the Financial Reporting Council said on Thursday.
The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries warned on Thursday that the increasingly bitter trade war between America and China is undermining the global economy, as it revised down its estimates for oil demand in 2019.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose last week, according to figures from the Labor Department.
Rome has ruled out passing another budget, despite facing formal sanction by Brussels for breaking European Union fiscal rules.
Almost a third of all buyers who bought their home under Help to Buy could have purchased a property without government support, the National Audit Office has found.
The US Navy's Bahrain-based Fifth Fleet said it was assisting two tankers in the Gulf of Oman after receiving distress calls from the vessels amid reports of an “attack".