New Sanctions Bill will allow ministers to impose sanctions after UK leaves the European Union in 2019.
The British currency soars as traders look to Bank of England for market direction.
Bank of England data points to a slowdown in both secured and unsecured lending.
FCA chief executive Andrew Bailey calls for radical overhaul as 'status quo is not an option'.
The scheme being offered to drivers in France would be in place by autumn.
Labour leader denies making the pledge during the general election campaign.
Research suggests non-financial companies' collective ratio of cash relative to revenues has hit a seven-year high.
Asset manager wants to make sure market access is not disrupted following UK's exit from the European economic bloc.
Environment secretary says the government should listen to 'authoritative' public sector pay bodies.
Global adviser discusses his investing philosophy, surviving trying times and arbitrage opportunities in the current climate.
Pension funds and insurers are attracted to investing in infrastructure that can offer long term and stable returns.
Collaborative partnerships between traditional finance and fintech players would pave the way for the next generation of technology-led solutions.
Wikimedia Foundation's financial documents show Wikipedia isn't doing as badly as it makes out in appeals.
A credit card is one of the most expensive ways to borrow, yet its global usage is getting depressingly high.
If the President intends to spend $1trn on US roads and highways then drivers will have to fork out.
The Kremlin launched the credit card payment system in the wake of international sanctions.
Consumption-related indicators lost momentum in Q1 but British economy remains resilient.
S&P Global Ratings say doubts over Europe's outlook persist but rapid deterioration in credit conditions is unlikely.
Australian bank to fork up £2.3bn for government-owned entity aimed at funding renewable energy and low carbon projects.
'Overbanking' in the industry is one of the main reasons for low margins, the report said.