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Financial News is more than numbers. It covers analysis and commentary on investment banking. The viability of fund management and hedge funds from professionals in the industry.
Looking after your future with pensions, private equity, and fintech. And we muddle through the complex world of financial regulation and so much more. All this is delivered in your morning Business Briefing as a specialist service.

Bank of England

We have a dedicated section to the Bank of England. No single institute can create so many shockwaves globally.

The news includes and covers the financial services sector through news, views and extensive people coverage.

The London Stock Exchange (LSE)

The London Stock exchange is extensively covered in our Business News section. It is one of the most important and oldest exchanges which has billions of pounds worth of transactions on a monthly basis.

A financial centre is defined by the IMF as encompassing: International Financial Centres (IFCs), such as New York City, London

Where can I read business news?

The Best Websites for Business News in English and cover all the business updates from all the sections below:

Financial News Newspaper

BBC Business News

CItyAM financial reports

Bloomberg Business News

Financial News UK

Latest Financial News

Financial News Today

The Financial Times

What is the business world?

News from the business world comes from all the financial institutions and business Hubs from around the world. We scoured the globe to bring you the top business news today.

Electric car company Tesla has cut its prices in a number of major markets – including the US, China and Germany – as it faces falling sales. The move comes after it reported a sharp fall in its global vehicle deliveries in the first three months of this year.

Netflix has seen its profits soar in the first three months of 2024 in part due to its crackdown on password sharing. Netflix saw 9.3 million new customers in the first quarter, bringing its total number of subscribers to almost 270 million. The streaming giant said its profits in the first quarter jumped to more than $2.3bn.

Adidas has announced it is set to make profits of €700m (£598m) in 2024. The announcement comes after the German sportswear giant’s messy situation with Kanye West and his Yeezy shoes. In February, Adidas announced it would sell its remaining Yeezy trainers from its partnership with West for at least cost price. 

China’s economy has grown faster in the first quarter than expected, even as the property sector crisis deepens. Official data show GDP expanded by 5.3% in the first three months of 2024, compared to a year earlier. That beat expectations the world’s second-largest economy could see growth slow to 4.6% in the next first quarter.

Early in Asian trading, oil prices experienced a decline following Iran’s retaliatory strike on Israel during the weekend. Despite this, Brent crude, a crucial global oil price benchmark, remained lower but hovered around $90 per barrel on Monday morning.