A surge in stockpiling in supermarkets offset the slump in high street footfall as retail sales flatlined in March, according to new figures.
UK manufacturers have reported their weakest order books since the 2008 financial crisis, according to new figures from the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).
Confidence among business leaders in some parts of the economy has grown at its fastest rate since before the 2016 EU referendum, according to new figures.
Businesses have demanded clarity and called for friction in trade with the EU to be kept to a minimum after the UK set out its blueprint for talks with Brussels.
British companies should start proactively publishing their ethnic minority pay gap before being forced to by the Government, one of the country’s biggest business groups has said.
Businesses have urged Boris Johnson to drive down post-Brexit red tape in a trade deal with the European Union as the UK prepares to sign off on its negotiating demands.
British manufacturing orders reached a six-month high in February, according to new figures.
A third of all board positions on the blue-chip FTSE 100 are now held by women – hitting a Government-backed target earlier than expected.
The UK and the United States have a once in a generation opportunity to secure a trade deal that drives growth, a business leader has said.
Car giant Nissan has said it is still looking for clarity over the Brexit trade deal.
Confidence among Britain’s manufacturers increased faster in the least three months than at any other point on records, new figures show.
Businesses have warned of price rises after Chancellor Sajid Javid vowed that there will be no alignment with EU regulations after Brexit.
Britain has branded US reasoning for imposing swingeing new tariffs on EU steel imports as “absurd”.
Donald Trump was accused of firing the starting pistol on an international trade war, as the US administration slapped swingeing new tariffs on EU steel imports.