Daily Mail Money
SIMON WATKINS: Shares go up (as our prospects plummet)
The real effects of Britain’s historic Brexit vote will take years to play out. But the likely path of our financial fortunes is becoming clearer...
Pension fund levy boost threatens Tata Steel rescue bid
The threat could torpedo efforts to spin off the pension scheme and so sell Tata Steel’s UK arm as a going concern.
Marks & Spencer poised for sales slump as clothing business battles to become fashionable
The retailer is expected to blame poor weather and a weak consumer environment in the three months to the end of June in a trading statement due on...
Beware the ‘Brexit’ emails that hack into your computer
Emails promising to protect savers against turmoil in financial markets are already appearing, according to security firm Digital Shadows.
Shoppers stay away from high street after EU shock - and footfall is down 11%
Footfall at top shopping destinations fell almost 5 per cent in the seven days after the result of the EU referendum, according to research...
MURRAY INTERNATIONAL: The trust that bucked the trend after Brexit...with a Mexican wave
Murray International was one of only a handful of investment trusts that analysts predicted would come out of the EU referendum relatively well if...
Fancy a romantic getaway without the big wedding bills? Maybe it's time to ELOPE
Couples running off to get married because families disapprove is the stuff of literary classics – from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet to Jane...
TONY HETHERINGTON: I was duped out of £3k by a pre-paid funeral parlour - can I get my money back?
G. M. writes: In 2013 I read an advert in our local paper offering pre-paid funerals. After meetings at the funeral parlour and our home, my wife...
RICHARD BROWNING asks whether Brexit can be blamed for expensive eggs at Leon
The restaurants around my work are all staffed by cheery, happy foreign people, glad to serve and make everyone welcome. That has changed since...
How stock market shares have fared following Brexit and FTSE 100 recovery
It is salutary to note the sectors that institutional investors seem to reckon – for the moment at least – are most affected by the prospect of...
Secret deal that may sink final salary schemes: Millions of savers under threat after US giant wins landmark fight to walk away from UK pension fund
Engineer CH2M, which has a number of contracts including work on the HS2 Railway, has been given permission to dump 3,000 savers from the Halcrow...
French bankers 'shut out' of crunch talks to protect the City after Brexit over spying fears
It follows hostility from French President Francois Hollande, who said he was hoping to snatch away the City's status as a hub for trades in euros.