RICS data shows house prices to fall in the capital and the south-east next year and drop could spark nationwide fall.
Bank of England set to allow European banks to operate in Britain through their own branches rather than by setting up subsidiaries.
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman says the annual budget is chiefly aimed at improving the living standards of Saudi citizens.
Average rents in London records fifth decline this year after falling 1.7% month-on-month in November.
Brexit secretary David Davis had hoped to reach a bespoke trade deal with the European Union, similar to the one implemented by Canada.
One in 10 respondents more inclined to take up a 'gig economy' job during the Christmas season, research shows.
New report says the gradual decline in sovereign creditworthiness over the past 10 years 'appears to have come to a halt.'
The Institute for Public Policy Research has called for the creation of a new customs union within which the UK would be able to opt out of EU rules in specific areas.
However, sugar cane diversion to ethanol production in Brazil means global prices remain high.
Monday 18 December marks the day most Britons admit downing tools at work in preparation for Christmas.
The introduction of the minimum unit pricing will see price of some ciders increase by as much as 90%.
'Bumping along the bottom' is what the British currency did in 2017 and the same expression might apply to 2018 too.
Monetary Policy Commitee hints that further fiscal tightening might be required over next few years.
Treasury Select Committee says consequences of not agreeing a transition agreement would be "dramatic and damaging".
Retail sales climb 1.1% month-on-month in November as sales of household goods jump 2.9% thanks to Black Friday sales.