To date £27bn has been refunded to people who were mis-sold PPI insurance.
Reports suggest busy stations will also be closed amid Network Rail's scheduled work.
Holden began producing cars in 1948 but will stop operations in Australia, as Ford and Toyota have done over the last 12 months.
Lloyd Blankfein tweeted that Germany's financial hub may be gaining more of his attention.
FCA to investigate whether UK lenders were involved in the scandal involving South Africa President Jacob Zuma and the Gupta family.
Being under-prepared for an interview, not asking any questions and making no eye contact are massive negatives.
The shareholders claim the bank failed to tell them HBOS was effectively bust before the transaction was completed.
Wizz Air becomes the latest airline to take measures to ensure it will be able to operate after Brexit.
FTSE 100-listed retailer will cut 600 back office jobs and 1,400 in-store clerks as it looks to save £500m.
Price controls unveiled by the Primer Minister could put some energy suppliers under severe strain, says ratings agency.
British grocers are mounting a spirited defence of their market share, according to Moody's.
US blue chip index crosses historic mark for the first time driven by health insurance and consumer goods shares.
New research finds $2.6trn in offshore profits, $752bn in unpaid US federal taxes.
Former Jefferies analysts tells London employment tribunal the firm repeatedly bowed to clients' pressure.
As a champion of free trade, Britain would benefit substantially upon exiting the EU, and the WTO framework - if needed - is nothing to be scared of.