Retail sales climb 1.1% month-on-month in November as sales of household goods jump 2.9% thanks to Black Friday sales.
Research shows IT issues are such a significant issue for British productivity that cost office workers 2 hours a week.
Number of people in work records a second month of decline and the largest drop since the quarter between March and May 2015.
Ofwat says decline in financing costs for water companies will be passed on to customers from the beginning of next decade.
At one stroke, there is a new asset class which is an easily divisible store of value – taking the crown from gold, and can be moved around at the click of a mouse.
Wildfires, rising sea levels and droughts creating new challenges for city governments, report says.
Almost six in 10 British households have admitted having to make 'significant financial sacrifices' during the festive period.
There is only one possible reason to remain in the customs union, namely as a way of transitioning back into full membership.
Think tank says Britain will be worse off economically under most post-Brexit scenarios, especially if it exits the EU without a trade deal.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney to write a letter to the Chancellor explaining why price growth is so far above the BoE's 2% target.
The annual ECA's Cost of Living Index found Luanda replaced Tokyo as the most expensive city for expat workers.
Tax overhaul could violate international obligations and risks having "a major distortive impact" on trade.
Rightmove expects average house prices in England and Wales to grow at fastest pace in seven years in 2018.
Nearly a third of those looking for a job in another country preferred Britain as their top work destination.
Consumer spending fell 0.9% compared to a year earlier following a 2.1% drop in October, Visa and IHS Markit said.