Offshore wind power now cheaper than new nuclear power, government figures show.
Spending rises 0.3% compared to a year earlier in August.
Dispute between the union and airline escalated after pilots complained of deteriorating pay and working conditions.
Survey finds 'significant shortage' of candidates to fill blue collar jobs.
ECB President says euro must be monitored as it could prove to be a drag on inflation.
New report shows house prices recorded the first quarterly increase since March in the three months to August.
Restructuring continues at the Walmart-owned supermarket in the wake of tepid sales figures.
John Cryan says stock, bond and property price bubbles are surfacing all over the eurozone.
Yet many Australians feel they don't share in that prosperity and are going backward financially.
Several European countries face a growing scare over millions of eggs that have been contaminated with the insecticide Fipronil.
Like-for-like sales up 1.3% from a year earlier following a 0.9% increase in July.
Analysts estimate the bank will run out of eligible bonds to purchase in 2018.
Sylvester Turner said America's oil and gas capital was looking to get back on track.
Economists believe the BoE will sit tight during Brexit talks but inflation could hit 3% by next year.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said he was drafting new sanctions after North Korea's latest nuclear test.