UK central bank expects economic growth to fall from 1.7% this year to 1.6% in 2018 before picking up again.
UK central bank delivers first rate rise in a decade and reverses 0.25% cut introduced in the wake of the Brexit vote.
The World Economic Forum says it will take another 217 years to achieve full gender parity across the world.
ATMs operator Link says demand for cash is falling drastically as it unveils plans to cut number of machines.
Nationwide figures show UK house prices grew 2.5% year-on-year in October, up from 2.3% in September.
Think tank predicts UK GDP to expand by 1.6% this year and 1.7% in 2018, a modest downward revision on the forecasts it made earlier this year.
Banks have previously warned thousands of jobs could be lost but London would remain Europe's largest finance hub.
Surge led by strong sales of autos and other durable goods, according to official data.
New report says recent double-digit annual growth rate in lending would be unsustainable if it continued at the same pace.
Senior executives polled by ratings agency in positive frame of mind over capital expenditure expectations.
The central bank's announcement – that it will extend asset purchase programme until next year – does not signal indefinite extension, says ratings agency.
Think tank says chancellor is stuck "between a rock and a hard place" as he prepares to unveil his first budget since the general election.
In its heyday, the Trading Hall hosted over 1,000 traders but the number has drastically dropped as markets shifted to electronic trading.
ECB President Mario Draghi highlights the QE programme will not suddenly end, despite planned slowdown.
International Organisation of Vine and Wines claims that extreme weather conditions are responsible for a decrease in production across Europe.