Star fund manager Neil Woodford has revealed a few more details about a new income fund that he will manage alongside his popular existing funds, which attracted record inflows on launch.
UK retail sales rebounded slightly in February after slipping at the beginning of the year, according to the CBI's Distributive Trades Survey.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has reassured business affected by rates rises related to property valuations that there will be "appropriate relief" given to those worst hit, but would not promise any cash to aid those struggling.
The UK economy grew more than initially estimated in the fourth quarter of last year, according to data from the Office for National Statistics.
Bank of England chief economist Andy Haldane warned that a spike in market expectations for a central bank interest-rate hike may harm the UK economy, against the already challenging Brexit backdrop, and sees inflation above 2% for three years.
UK public sector net borrowing was in surplus by £9.4bn in January - a key month for income tax receipts - up a touch from £9.1bn in the same month a year ago.
Concerns about the economy rose above those about terrorism or immigration as the date for Brexit negotiations to kick-off loomed closer on the horizon, the results of a survey showed.
Sterling has enjoyed a modest uptick on numerous key crosses Monday as the clock ticks closer to the UK House of Lords beginning to discuss Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit Bill from 3pm.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May's Tory government has no intention of reversing its formal intention to quit the European Union, once it has been given, a report says.
UK manufacturer's order books climbed to a two-year high, according to the CBI's industrial trends survey for February.
House price growth in England and Wales slowed to its worst rate in nearly four years and London saw the largest annual fall in almost six, according to data from Rightmove released on Monday, which comes alongside what economists are seeing as a worsening consumer spending outlook.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has criticised former Prime Minister Tony Blair's call for people to "rise up" against Brexit and suggestions of a second referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union.
Government officials have urged those who have traditional round pound coins to spend them ahead of the debut of the new 12-sided coin later this year.
Retail sales in the UK unexpectedly fell in January, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics, a sign that consumers are beginning to feel the squeeze amid a rise in inflation.
The UK's small businesses could avail of prizes up to the value of £5m through a change to the new Open Banking API system, as innovation foundation Nesta launches its Challenge competition.
EU-born workers likely sweating their post-Brexit futures in the UK fled the country at the end of 2016 in numbers not seen in five years.
UK wage growth surprisingly slowed in December as the labour market otherwise improved slightly, according to data from the Office for National Statistics on Wednesday.
Defence spending in the UK has fallen below the 2% of GDP required by the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), according to new research from a thinktank.
UK inflation in January rose to its highest level since June 2014, according to official figures published on Tuesday, though not quite as high as was expected.
The UK's growth prospects for 2017 have been upgraded by the European Commission, which also improved its forecasts for the eurozone.