27 Oct 2021

feedYahoo Finance

I’m 53, my wife is 54. Our $1.4 million retirement nest egg is 100% in equities and crypto. What should I do now for retirement?

27 Oct 2021 10:00am GMT

Bitcoin Falls as Biggest Liquidation in a Month Hits

27 Oct 2021 9:58am GMT

feedBBC News - Economy

Budget 2021: Sunak promises new post-Covid economy

Chancellor Rishi Sunak will outline further details of his spending plans at about 12:30 BST.

27 Oct 2021 9:57am GMT

feedYahoo Finance

Cathie Wood’s ARK Funds Bought Twitter and Robinhood. They Sold Tesla.

27 Oct 2021 9:55am GMT

Bitcoin Dips Below $59K as Leverage Ratio, SHIB Rally Signal Excess Speculation

27 Oct 2021 9:48am GMT

Oil Declines After Industry Report Shows Rising U.S Inventories

27 Oct 2021 9:33am GMT

Q3 earnings are surprising to the upside, but...: Morning Brief

27 Oct 2021 9:08am GMT

China Tech Stocks Slump as Tensions With U.S. Spook Investors

27 Oct 2021 8:19am GMT

Democrats Are Considering Dozens of Significant Tax Hikes. Here’s the List.

27 Oct 2021 7:30am GMT

Trump could get millions of ‘bonus’ shares in new social media company

27 Oct 2021 3:50am GMT

Robinhood stock falls more than 8% as crypto trading dries up

27 Oct 2021 2:22am GMT

RBC Storms Into the Aerospace Space; Offers 3 Stocks to Buy

27 Oct 2021 2:03am GMT

Shiba Inu Surges to Record as Robinhood Petition Passes 300,000

27 Oct 2021 1:42am GMT

Is Teladoc Stock A Buy Now? Here's What Fundamentals, TDOC Stock Chart Say

27 Oct 2021 1:25am GMT

Advanced Micro Devices Earnings: What Happened with AMD

27 Oct 2021 12:00am GMT

26 Oct 2021

feedYahoo Finance

Cheap Stocks To Buy: Should You Watch These 5 Growth Stocks?

26 Oct 2021 11:35pm GMT

Alphabet’s Earnings Crushed. The Stock Is Wobbling.

26 Oct 2021 11:32pm GMT

feedBBC News - Economy

Budget 2021: Burnley residents' messages for chancellor

Residents in Lancashire explain what they want from the chancellor ahead of his Budget.

26 Oct 2021 11:05pm GMT

Budget 2021: What has already been announced?

Rishi Sunak's statement isn't until Wednesday, but several pledges have been announced.

26 Oct 2021 12:10pm GMT

25 Oct 2021

feedBBC News - Economy

Engineer's new afro comb inspired by young girl's tears

Engineer Youmna Mouhamad has become a role model for black women after creating an afro hair comb.

25 Oct 2021 9:52pm GMT

Minimum wage for 23 year-olds to rise to £9.50 an hour

A full-time minimum wage worker aged over 23 will get £1,074 extra a year before tax from April.

25 Oct 2021 4:59pm GMT

Budget 2021: £2bn for new homes on derelict or unused land

The government says the funding will "unlock" 160,000 greener homes on brownfield land.

25 Oct 2021 12:40pm GMT

22 Oct 2021

feedBBC News - Economy

Inflation likely to hit 5%, warns Bank of England chief economist

The Bank of England's new chief economist says it will have a "live" decision on interest rates next month.

22 Oct 2021 8:12am GMT

UK shop sales continue to fall in September

Retail sales in the UK fell for the fifth month in a row, according to the Office for National Statistics.

22 Oct 2021 7:56am GMT

21 Oct 2021

feedBBC News - Economy

Government borrowing falls in September

Borrowing was lower than a year earlier, but was still the second-highest number on record for September.

21 Oct 2021 9:22am GMT

20 Oct 2021

feedBBC News - Economy

Cladding: 'We're paying to live in a dark, dull box'

A Birmingham tower block resident, where combustible cladding is being removed, explains his plight.

20 Oct 2021 11:13pm GMT

The remote British island hoping to see more visitors

The territory of St Helena, which has remained coronavirus-free, wants a big rise in tourists.

20 Oct 2021 11:07pm GMT

UK agrees free trade deal with New Zealand

The government says consumers and businesses will benefit from deal, but it is unlikely to boost growth.

20 Oct 2021 10:06pm GMT

Inflation: Rise in cost of living slows in September

UK inflation fell slightly to 3.1% in September, although transport costs rose, official figures show.

20 Oct 2021 11:46am GMT

People won't have to pay more to go green, says Kwarteng

The business secretary denies that individuals will have to pay more to have a greener lifestyle.

20 Oct 2021 10:38am GMT

IMF warns Afghanistan's economic slump will impact neighbours

Afghanistan's economic turmoil will fuel a refugee crisis impacting nearby countries, the fund warned.

20 Oct 2021 3:16am GMT

19 Oct 2021

feedBBC News - Economy

Inflation: Food price rises are terrifying, warns industry

Food and drink firms are seeing price rises of as much as 18% while manufacturers struggle with costs.

19 Oct 2021 6:35pm GMT

15 Dec 2009

feedFT.com - International economy

Copenhagen talks enter 'new phase'

Copenhagen climate conference enters a 'new phase' as ministers join in intensive negotiations to deliver an agreement by the end of the week, the president of the meeting says

15 Dec 2009 2:39pm GMT

Greece moves on costs and corruption

The Athens stock market lost 1.2 per cent in early trading as investors absorbed news of the Greek government's plan to reduce the country's budget deficit

15 Dec 2009 11:53am GMT

US banks to repay rescue funds

Citigroup and Wells Fargo unveiled plans to sell a total of up to $30bn in stock and return a combined $45bn to US taxpayers in a move that will free them from heightened government supervision but could hit shareholders

15 Dec 2009 12:29am GMT

14 Dec 2009

feedFT.com - International economy

Darling defies threats on bonus tax

The chancellor has warned he will not water down his 50 per cent supertax on bonuses or offer special deals after brokers and banks threatened to move staff out of the UK

14 Dec 2009 11:03pm GMT

Clouds mar Europe's sunnier outlook

Prospects have brightened noticeably since August, when the map was last published, with northern Europe capturing the best of the light. A robust recovery in Germany and evidence of a clear turnaround in France have helped

14 Dec 2009 10:34pm GMT

Obama presses banks to boost lending

President Obama told the US's top bankers that they had a 'special responsibility' to help spur on the economic recovery after they received government bail-outs last year, urging them to increase lending to small businesses and mortgage refinancing

14 Dec 2009 8:18pm GMT

China eclipses US in initial public offferings

Chinese stock exchanges raised double the amount of money secured by IPOs across the US showing how activity is shifting from west to east

14 Dec 2009 8:08pm GMT

Fed to split monetary and liquidity policy

The Federal Reserve is unlikely to make any big changes to its monetary policy stance at the conclusion of its December meeting on Wednesday, though there is a chance it could make some alterations to its provision of liquidity

14 Dec 2009 6:56pm GMT

Pipeline brings Asian gas to China

The first pipeline bringing central Asian natural gas to China opened, underscoring Beijing's importance to the former Soviet republics. China's president, Hu Jintao, joined counterparts from Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan for the ceremony

14 Dec 2009 5:16pm GMT

Japan business confidence remains low

Business morale improves more slowly in the fourth quarter and large manufacturers surveyed by the central bank plan record cuts in capital spending as a strong yen threatens a fragile economic recovery

14 Dec 2009 3:14am GMT