Business News

NatWest Group has become the latest UK banking giant to report a sharp drop in earnings for the first three months of the year.
There's a trade war brewing between China and the West, at stake is who will dominate the global market for electric vehicles.
The extraordinary, unprecedented and largely unexplained flows of millions of pounds of British luxury cars into states neighbouring Russia continued in February, according to new official data.
One of Britain's biggest double-glazing suppliers has crashed into administration, leaving insolvency practitioners engaged in a race to salvage hundreds of jobs.
Unions have warned of a bitter fight ahead after their plans to avert thousands of job losses at Tata Steel were rejected by the company.
Labour have promised to renationalise nearly all passenger railways within their first term if they win the next election. But will it leave the railways better off?
A former top Post Office executive has told the inquiry into the Horizon scandal that she never "knowingly" did anything wrong.
McLaren Group, the British supercar maker and Formula One team-backer, has given lenders signs of an improvement in its financial performance even after a £375m impairment charge propelled it to a record loss last year.
Barclays has reported a 12% fall in profits for the first three months of the year after mortgage lending and deposits dipped.
Nestle, the world's biggest packaged food company, has reported a fall in sales after hiking its prices.


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