UK-listed companies that reported their annual results in the third quarter saw sales and profits climb substantially, according to the latest Profit Watch report from The Share Centre.
For millions of Britons, buying property overseas, typically in warmer parts of Europe, has been a longstanding dream.
The FTSE 100 closed at a record high yesterday (October 12), following a fall in the value of the pound due to Brexit talks reaching a deadlock.
The index of the UK’s 100 largest public companies closed at 7556.24.
As the countdown for the UK leaving the EU ticks away, here are the five key issues UK companies will be keeping their eye on.
A few months into the Brexit negotiations, and the frenetic shadowboxing continues on both sides. Gridlock was entirely predictable, and markets seem to have stopped caring for now.
As with voters themselves, the divide in the corporate sector over Brexit could hardly be more marked.
Active funds that invest in UK shares have proven their worth since last June, new analysis has found.
The UK saw its credit rating downgraded by Moody’s on Friday to Aa2, two places below the highest rating available.
Nicky Morgan, head of the Treasury select committee, has warned that when Britain leaves the European Union British expatriates could be left without pensions.