The FTSE100 fell 2% today after the chair of the US Federal Reserve hinted its version of quantitative easing would end early.
The IMF says plans to reduce government debt are holding the economy back. It's the most forthright criticism yet of Osborne's austerity.
A fall in inflation may prove to be merely temporary. But it is a welcome boost to the incoming Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney.
The outgoing Governor of the Bank of England today delivered some good news for "the first time since the financial crisis began" in 2007.
The Squeeze could be the title of a horror B-movie but it describes a nasty phenomenon affecting every purse or wallet in the country.
The Co-Operative Bank's chief executive has resigned after Moody's downgraded its debt to junk status.
Against all odds, slow, plodding canal barges on the Manchester Ship Canal are winning back business from lorries.
The latest GDP figures show Britain has avoided another recession, but the long-term picture is of an economy that remains resolutely flat.
Figures show public borrowing has fallen slightly fulfilling a key pledge made by the Chancellor. But that is not the end of his troubles.
The economic recovery depends on consumers buying things, which is what they have been doing. But new data suggests that could change.