French car giant Renault is seeking billions in state-backed loans as it tries to weather the coronavirus crisis.
Hundreds of politicians are entitled to a £10,000 one-off cash grant from their local authority to cover the costs of closing constituency offices, the PA news agency understands.
Opec has said a proposed deal to cut global oil production “is conditional on the consent of Mexico”.
Pension savers are being warned to watch out for investment scams promising too-good-to-be-true returns as criminals cash in on people’s money worries.
The Government should place price controls on essential items being sold online to stop profiteering during the coronavirus pandemic, consumer group Which? has said.
Some banks and cash machine deployers have made a 12-month pledge to help maintain the spread of free-to-use ATMs amid fears some could disappear as cash use plunges during the coronavirus crisis.
A massive stimulus package in the US excited markets on Thursday as the trading week ended on a high.
Asos has been criticised by a union as around 70 drivers, who have been delivering clothes throughout the coronavirus pandemic, face redundancy.
EasyJet has deferred the purchase of 24 Airbus aircraft following pressure from founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou.
The UK’s energy suppliers agree they will need to raise extra cash in the wake of the coronavirus crisis as customers struggle to pay bills, but are clashing over who should fund it, according to insiders.
Department store chain Debenhams has confirmed it has formally entered administration.
Nearly a third of people in the UK have already seen their household incomes hit by the coronavirus pandemic with women, young adults and those living in London particularly likely to have suffered financial damage, a report has found.
The head of Jaguar Land Rover has written to customers spelling out how the car giant is helping to deal with the coronavirus crisis.
Extra short-term help will now be made available to some people with an overdraft, a credit card or a loan, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has confirmed.
Banks will be expected to offer customers whose finances have been hit by coronavirus an interest-free overdraft buffer of up to £500 for three months, the City regulator has confirmed.
Airbnb has blocked UK properties from accepting new bookings for the coming days unless they are for key workers.
The chief executive of ticket sales app Trainline is taking a 50% pay cut, with the board and management team taking a 20% cut in fees and pay during the coronavirus crisis.
The Government said it has expanded its overdraft with the Bank of England to ensure it has sufficient cash to cope with disruption caused by coronavirus.
Johnnie Walker and Guinness owner Diageo has warned that the speed of the shutdown across the world is hitting the business even harder than before.
The UK economy contracted in February as poor weather impacted the construction sector, according to official statisticians.
Nearly a third of nurseries are still charging parents fees for children who are at home during the coronavirus pandemic, a survey suggests.
Families living in rented accommodation are more exposed to the current economic shock than home-owners despite Government support, a think-tank has claimed.
Pension savers could face a massive hit to the dividends that form a major part of their incomes, as companies slash shareholder payments amid the coronavirus crisis.
Airbus is reducing production by about a third as demand for aircraft and travel plummets due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A late rally after the news that Bernie Sanders would pull out of the race to be US President was not enough to erase the impact of a soaring pound on the FTSE 100.
Companies could be judged on their responses to the coronavirus crisis for years to come, one of the world’s top advertising bosses has said.
London-listed private hospital business NMC Health is expected to collapse into administration on Thursday after management said they had written to the UK courts telling them they have run out of cash.
Housebuilder Taylor Wimpey has said it will make advance payments to subcontractors as part of a £5 million scheme aimed to prop up self-employed workers impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
The choice of residential mortgage deals on the market has halved over the past few weeks, analysis has found.
Morrisons will offer a 30-minute delivery service from 130 stores for basic essentials, teaming up with takeaway delivery app Deliveroo.