Back Business Saturday, April 4, 2020
Search Sections 4 Apr
Close
Advertisement
OPEC Meeting Is Delayed as Saudi and Russian Tensions Flare14m OPEC Meeting Is Delayed as Saudi and Russian Tensions Flare
The meeting, planned for Monday, had buoyed hopes for a quick deal to end the turmoil in oil markets.
 Like Reply

Most Popular

Currencies in USD
GBP 1,23 -1,221%
EUR 1,08 -1,112%
CHF 1,02 -1,075%
A Quarantined Uber Driver’s Quest for Paid Sick Leave30m A Quarantined Uber Driver’s Quest for Paid Sick Leave
Zachary Frenette spent about two weeks fighting to get help under a new Uber policy. It worked, but only after he got the news media involved.
 Like Reply
OPEC Meeting Is Delayed as Saudi and Russian Tensions Flare36m Updated OPEC Meeting Is Delayed as Saudi and Russian Tensions Flare
The meeting, planned for Monday, had buoyed hopes for a quick deal to end the turmoil in oil markets.
 Like Reply
Can an Old Vaccine Stop the New Coronavirus?46m Updated Can an Old Vaccine Stop the New Coronavirus?
A tuberculosis vaccine invented a century ago is cheap and safe, and seems to bolster the body’s immune system.
 Like Reply
Coronavirus: Retailer Cath Kidston lines up administrators2h Coronavirus: Retailer Cath Kidston lines up administrators
The accelerating flow of high street casualties of the coronavirus looks set to continue this weekend as Cath Kidston, the modern vintage retailer, lines up administrators in a bid to secure its long-term future.
 Like Reply
Is furloughing people the best way to save jobs? This is Money podcast3h Updated Is furloughing people the best way to save jobs? This is Money podcast
Until a few weeks ago, it's unlikely many Britons had ever considered what being furloughed would mean, but now it's the topic on many workers' minds.
 Like Reply
Chinese investor plots coup at UK chip designer Imagination5h Chinese investor plots coup at UK chip designer Imagination
A state-controlled Chinese investor is trying to seize control of Imagination Technologies Group, the British chip designer – sparking fears that its prized intellectual property assets could disappear from the UK.
 Like Reply
Photos: In Rural Towns and on Remote Farms, the Virus Creeps In6h Photos: In Rural Towns and on Remote Farms, the Virus Creeps In
In places where social distancing was already a way of life, the relentless pandemic has begun to reshape the economy.
 Like Reply
‘Dear Customers’: These Are the Emotional Store Signs of a Closed New York6h ‘Dear Customers’: These Are the Emotional Store Signs of a Closed New York
From newly darkened storefronts, businesses offered a few last words of empathy, resolve and humor.
 Like Reply
New cashback scheme could help you knock thousands off your mortgage7h Updated New cashback scheme could help you knock thousands off your mortgage
The Accelerate My Mortgage scheme is a new service, rewarding borrowers for shopping with some of the UK's best-known retailers, including Asos, Sports Direct and John Lewis.
 Like Reply
How politicians on both sides of the Atlantic helped the pound to climb back from its 35-year low7h Updated How politicians on both sides of the Atlantic helped the pound to climb back from its 35-year low
A fortnight ago, the pound fell to its lowest level against the dollar in 35 years when it hit $1.15. but recovered quickly to $1.24, still quite low, but stronger nonetheless.
 Like Reply
How do you make a valid will with witnesses in the coronavirus lockdown?7h Updated How do you make a valid will with witnesses in the coronavirus lockdown?
Demand for wills is surging, understandably in the midst of a grave health crisis. Lawyers explain how to get a will properly signed while not endangering yourself or others.
 Like Reply
Will my insurer pay out if my empty home is burgled while the country is in lockdown?8h Will my insurer pay out if my empty home is burgled while the country is in lockdown?
Seven in 10 burglaries are committed when no one is in the home and while the lockdown is forcing most people to spend more time indoors, it will homes left empty long-term that are particularly at risk.
 Like Reply
Are mortgage payment holidays really a good idea? | Patrick Collinson8h Are mortgage payment holidays really a good idea? | Patrick Collinson
Most banks will offer a break during the coronavirus crisis, but it doesn’t suit everyone About 1 million mortgage holders have applied for a payment holiday in the past fortnight, according to industry sources. Should you do so, too?
 Like Reply
April is the start of the tax year. How will the changes affect me?9h April is the start of the tax year. How will the changes affect me?
From inheritance tax to junior Isas, the UK government is making adjustments Traditionally, the beginning of a new tax year brings changes to taxes, benefits and the cost of some essentials – and despite the extraordinary conditions we are currently living in, this year is no different. From 6 April we will see changes to junior Isas, national insurance and inheritance tax (IHT), among many adjustments that will affect the pounds in your pocket. There were also a number of price changes that came into effect on Wednesday 1 April, dubbed by some as “national price hike day”.
 Like Reply
Should we stop shopping online for non-food items?9h Should we stop shopping online for non-food items?
My partner says it’s important to keep companies in business, but I’m worried about the couriers
 Like Reply
Administration Turns to Private Firms to Help Process Small Business Aid13h Updated Administration Turns to Private Firms to Help Process Small Business Aid
The Small Business Administration is hiring companies, some with political connections, to ensure it can handle the flood of applications for help in the wake of the economy’s stall.
 Like Reply
SBA Loan Program Starts As Small Businesses Make Urgent Applications15h Updated SBA Loan Program Starts As Small Businesses Make Urgent Applications
A $349 billion program to throw them a financial lifeline got off to a rocky start on Friday as the U.S. economy continued to seize up.
 Like Reply
ALEX BRUMMER: Bring business, finance and economy out of hibernation15h Updated ALEX BRUMMER: Bring business, finance and economy out of hibernation
Just such a call is due to be made at an international conference by Dr Sally Leivesley who is a Home Office trained adviser on protection of societies and economies.
 Like Reply
Wall St. Caps a Turbulent Week With a Decline: Live Updates15h Wall St. Caps a Turbulent Week With a Decline: Live Updates
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
 Like Reply
16h BA cabin crew contract virus on long-haul flights
Pilots and cabin crew say the airline was slow to take action to protect them from the coronavirus.
 Like Reply
Putin Says Russia Is Willing to Join Oil Production Cuts: Live Updates16h Updated Putin Says Russia Is Willing to Join Oil Production Cuts: Live Updates
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
 Like Reply
‘Zoombombing’ Becomes a Dangerous Organized Effort16h Updated ‘Zoombombing’ Becomes a Dangerous Organized Effort
Zoom, the videoconferencing app, has become a target for harassment and abuse coordinated in private off-platform chats.
 Like Reply
Tesla delivers record number of electric cars in first three months of 202017h Updated Tesla delivers record number of electric cars in first three months of 2020
The US company led by billionaire Elon Musk delivered 88,400 vehicles, compared to 63,000 a year previously. It was Tesla's highest first-quarter figures ever.
 Like Reply
F.D.A. to Allow Use of KN95 Masks Approved by China17h F.D.A. to Allow Use of KN95 Masks Approved by China
The masks are almost identical in performance to the N95 masks that hospitals and other institutions are struggling to find.
 Like Reply
Decade of Job Growth Comes to an End, Undone by a Pandemic18h Updated Decade of Job Growth Comes to an End, Undone by a Pandemic
After an expansion that added 22 million to U.S. payrolls, March registered a loss, and worse is yet to come.
 Like Reply
British tech start-up helping to train front-line NHS staff to detect coronavirus18h British tech start-up helping to train front-line NHS staff to detect coronavirus
Software developed by Intelligent Ultrasound allows healthcare workers to simulate looking for symptoms of the Covid-19 respiratory disease in patients' lungs, using a dummy.
 Like Reply
Fashion bosses slash salaries after asking taxpayer to pay staff amidst devastating drops in sales18h Fashion bosses slash salaries after asking taxpayer to pay staff amidst devastating drops in sales
H&M, Primark and Topshop-owner Arcadia have all cut executive pay as the coronavirus has shut down the High Street.
 Like Reply
Cake Box becomes latest company to donate goods to NHS staff18h Cake Box becomes latest company to donate goods to NHS staff
The bakery chain's franchisees have given away 1,000 cakes, 2,000 cupcakes and 200 cheesecakes to front-line NHS workers and the emergency services.
 Like Reply
It’s Bedlam in the Mask Market, as Profiteers Out-Hustle Good Samaritans18h It’s Bedlam in the Mask Market, as Profiteers Out-Hustle Good Samaritans
Hospitals, governments, do-gooders and hucksters are all competing. Scams and prices are soaring.
 Like Reply
Corona Beer to Halt Production Amid Coronavirus Outbreak18h Corona Beer to Halt Production Amid Coronavirus Outbreak
The suspension was announced days after the Mexican government ordered nonessential businesses to close.
 Like Reply
Why Is Getting a Refund From an Online Travel Agency So Hard?18h Updated Why Is Getting a Refund From an Online Travel Agency So Hard?
Booking sites are scrambling to handle an unprecedented number of cancellation requests, and many customers say they are falling short.
 Like Reply
Virgin flies in medical supplies from China to help NHS19h Virgin flies in medical supplies from China to help NHS
Medical supplies and personal protective equipment will be delivered to NHS workers on the frontline of the battle against coronavirus after arriving via a special charter Virgin Atlantic flight from Shanghai.
 Like Reply
The Fed Got a Big Pile of Cash to Help the Economy. Who Will Benefit?19h Updated The Fed Got a Big Pile of Cash to Help the Economy. Who Will Benefit?
As the coronavirus sends the economy into a free fall, the Federal Reserve will keep credit flowing with an array of programs. But some details are fuzzy.
 Like Reply
‘This Isn’t a Dry Run’: How to Be Ready for More Financial Pain19h Updated ‘This Isn’t a Dry Run’: How to Be Ready for More Financial Pain
Classic investment strategies are performing about as well as expected — but they may be too painful to bear. If so, says our columnist, make adjustments now.
 Like Reply
Small Businesses Flood Lenders as Applications Open: Live Updates20h Updated Small Businesses Flood Lenders as Applications Open: Live Updates
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
 Like Reply
20h Updated Some Big Investors Smell Profit in Virus-Plagued Companies
Hedge funds and private equity firms are plotting to lend to companies struggling with the fallout from the pandemic, or even buy stakes in them.
 Like Reply
For Small-Business Owners, Hard Decisions Become Personal20h Updated For Small-Business Owners, Hard Decisions Become Personal
As entrepreneurs determine how to keep their businesses afloat, some choices could seriously harm employees who have worked for them for years.
 Like Reply
20h Small business coronavirus loans ‘are just too risky’
Owners of small businesses tell the BBC they still have concerns about the government’s loan scheme.
 Like Reply
The Medical Mask Market Is a Mess of Profiteers and Pool Noodles21h Updated The Medical Mask Market Is a Mess of Profiteers and Pool Noodles
Hospitals, governments, do-gooders and hucksters are all competing. Scams and prices are soaring.
 Like Reply
Coronavirus: Airport giants beg for 12-month rates holiday21h Coronavirus: Airport giants beg for 12-month rates holiday
The quartet of companies which dominate ground operations at Britain's airports are begging the Treasury for a 12-month business rates holiday as they stand on the brink of financial ruin.
 Like Reply
L&G to pay £750m dividend despite Bank of England warning21h L&G to pay £750m dividend despite Bank of England warning
Regulator asked insurers to consider cancelling payouts amid looming recession Legal & General is to press ahead with a £750m dividend payment to shareholders, defying a warning from the Bank of England that insurers should consider cancelling the payouts as the coronavirus
 Like Reply
Debenhams could file for administration NEXT WEEK21h Updated Debenhams could file for administration NEXT WEEK
Britain's Debenhams, once the country's biggest department store group, could file for administration as soon as next week in a bid to protect its business from creditors during the pandemic.
 Like Reply
A Widening Toll on Jobs: ‘This Thing Is Going to Come for Us All’21h Updated A Widening Toll on Jobs: ‘This Thing Is Going to Come for Us All’
After the initial impact of shutdowns on a few industries, the coronavirus pandemic is leaving a much broader swath of unemployment.
 Like Reply
Can you pause season tickets, Sky Sports or car insurance during lockdown?22h Can you pause season tickets, Sky Sports or car insurance during lockdown?
What you can do to suspend payments or get refunds during the coronavirus crisis You are paying monthly for your car insurance – but no longer using your car. You have an expensive season ticket for travel into work on the train – but now you are at home. You’re paying for a football TV channel – but there are no matches. And your daughter is back from her closed university – but is still having to pay residence hall fees. What payments can be frozen and what refunds can you request during the coronavirus crisis?
 Like Reply
22h Coronavirus: Skinningrove British Steel production paused
Sites at Lackenby and Darlington are not affected and no job losses are planned.
 Like Reply
Trump Administration Officials Weigh How Far to Go on Recommending Masks22h Updated Trump Administration Officials Weigh How Far to Go on Recommending Masks
The expected change in position reflects concern over a worrisome rate of infection spread by people with no symptoms.
 Like Reply
22h Updated Will We Lose a Generation of Designers?
Independent clothing designers are the essence of American fashion, but a stimulus plan may not save them.
 Like Reply
NHS faces shortfall of ventilators as manufacturers struggle22h Updated NHS faces shortfall of ventilators as manufacturers struggle
Companies likely to build ‘nowhere near’ enough extra machines in time for UK peak of coronavirus cases, sources reveal
 Like Reply
23h Updated Coronavirus: Debenhams set to appoint administrators
The department store chain says it is 'making contingency plans' amid the Covid-19 outbreak.
 Like Reply
23h Updated Coronavirus halts a decade of US jobs growth
American employers shed 701,000 jobs in March amid expectations there is worse to come.
 Like Reply
A Coffee C.E.O.’s Pandemic Diary: ‘We Want to Still Provide an Escape’23h A Coffee C.E.O.’s Pandemic Diary: ‘We Want to Still Provide an Escape’
Nick Stone, the founder of Bluestone Lane, says he is determined to see glimpses of humanity in a “devastating, absolutely devastating” crisis.
 Like Reply
23h Coronavirus: UK among economies risking record slump
Record falls in manufacturing and services activity point to recession, says a closely watched survey.
 Like Reply
Wales to introduce 2-metre coronavirus law to protect workers24h Wales to introduce 2-metre coronavirus law to protect workers
Employers will be asked to take ‘all reasonable actions’ to comply with new legislation
 Like Reply
Debenhams prepares to file for bankruptcy24h Debenhams prepares to file for bankruptcy
Chain buckles under coronavirus shutdown just a year after it was rescued
 Like Reply
US economy sheds jobs for first time since 2010 as coronavirus hits – business live24h Updated US economy sheds jobs for first time since 2010 as coronavirus hits – business live
Live coverage as American payrolls data shows big rise in unemployment, after composite PMI data shows UK business activity sunk to a record low in March following the Covid-19 lockdown
 Like Reply
Friday’s Jobs Report Ends Almost a Decade of Gains: Live Updates24h Updated Friday’s Jobs Report Ends Almost a Decade of Gains: Live Updates
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
 Like Reply
Unproven Stem Cell Therapy Gets OK for Testing in Coronavirus Patients24h Updated Unproven Stem Cell Therapy Gets OK for Testing in Coronavirus Patients
The treatment, which has been promoted by President Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, will begin early-stage clinical trials.
 Like Reply
Record hiring streak ends as 701,000 jobs are lost in the US24h Record hiring streak ends as 701,000 jobs are lost in the US
All good things come to an end and, after a record-breaking 113 consecutive months of job creation in the United States, it was confirmed that US employers shed jobs in March rather than creating them.
 Like Reply
How Tech’s Lobbyists Are Using the Pandemic to Make Gains24h Updated How Tech’s Lobbyists Are Using the Pandemic to Make Gains
Silicon Valley hasn’t suffered from the same financial devastation as other industries. Tech companies still have an agenda to push.
 Like Reply
‘A Seismic Shock’: Jittery Companies Pull Back on Ads During Pandemic25h Updated ‘A Seismic Shock’: Jittery Companies Pull Back on Ads During Pandemic
Blank billboards and canceled online ads signal an industry in crisis as the coronavirus spreads. “There are things happening that we’ve never seen before,” one marketing executive said.
 Like Reply
Profiteers and Pool Noodles: The Mask Market Is a Total Mess25h Updated Profiteers and Pool Noodles: The Mask Market Is a Total Mess
Hospitals, governments, do-gooders and hucksters are all competing. Scams and prices are soaring.
 Like Reply
SMALL CAP MOVERS: Italian-focused Coro Energy severs ties with its chief executive25h Updated SMALL CAP MOVERS: Italian-focused Coro Energy severs ties with its chief executive
The Italy-focused energy company offered all executive directors three options: take an unpaid sabbatical, receive three months' notice in shares or become non-executive directors.
 Like Reply
Coronavirus: Ladbrokes and Coral withhold rent payments25h Coronavirus: Ladbrokes and Coral withhold rent payments
The owner of Ladbrokes and Coral has dealt a fresh blow to beleaguered high street landlords by refusing to pay rent on more than 3,000 shops.
 Like Reply
John McDonnell calls for wealth tax to pay for coronavirus measures26h John McDonnell calls for wealth tax to pay for coronavirus measures
Shadow chancellor says the cost need to be borne by those with the broadest shoulders
 Like Reply
Pound falls as service and retail sectors are thrown into disarray26h Pound falls as service and retail sectors are thrown into disarray
The service sector - which incorporates businesses like hotels, restaurants, bars, nightclubs, pubs and hairdressers - suffered the biggest drop in activity since records began in July 1996.
 Like Reply
How to remortgage with a small deposit as lenders pull deals26h Updated How to remortgage with a small deposit as lenders pull deals
Those who need to remortgage soon have been hit by a ruthless culling of deals for those with less equity in their homes.
 Like Reply
You Have an Extra 3 Months to File Your Taxes. Should You Wait?26h You Have an Extra 3 Months to File Your Taxes. Should You Wait?
If you’re owed a refund, it may be better to file quickly. You can also file your return now but wait until July 15 to pay any taxes owed.
 Like Reply
26h Coronavirus: US loses 701,000 jobs amid virus lockdown
Data shows a sharp drop in employment with expectations of worse to come.
 Like Reply
Recession looms as UK business activity hits record low - business live26h Updated Recession looms as UK business activity hits record low - business live
Composite PMI data shows UK business activity sunk to a record low in March following the Covid-19 lockdown
 Like Reply
Coronavirus: Debenhams to put administrators on standby26h Coronavirus: Debenhams to put administrators on standby
Shareholders in Debenhams are preparing to place the 242 year-old department store chain into administration as they seek to protect the business from creditors during the COVID-19 pandemic.
 Like Reply
What to Expect From Friday’s Jobs Report: Live Business Updates27h Updated What to Expect From Friday’s Jobs Report: Live Business Updates
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
 Like Reply
The Business Leaders Trump Turns to for Advice on the Coronavirus27h The Business Leaders Trump Turns to for Advice on the Coronavirus
President Trump is taking advice on his administration’s coronavirus response from a wide range of people, but he trusts some more than others.
 Like Reply
DealBook: Who Has Trump’s Ear?28h DealBook: Who Has Trump’s Ear?
President Trump is taking advice on his administration’s coronavirus response from a wide range of people, but he trusts some more than others.
 Like Reply
Coronavirus: Chinese billionaire donates medical supplies to NHS28h Coronavirus: Chinese billionaire donates medical supplies to NHS
The founder of JD.com, China's biggest retailer, is donating millions of items of medical equipment to the NHS as some prominent Chinese companies see the coronavirus pandemic as a way to burnish their reputations in key export markets.
 Like Reply
Markets Slip as Oil Stages a Rally: Live Updates28h Updated Markets Slip as Oil Stages a Rally: Live Updates
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
 Like Reply
Covid-19 lockdown causes record fall in eurozone business activity - business live29h Updated Covid-19 lockdown causes record fall in eurozone business activity - business live
Composite PMI data showed the Eurozone suffered its largest ever monthly drop in business activity in March, as the Covid-19 outbreak gained pace
 Like Reply
YouTube profits from videos promoting unproven Covid-19 treatments29h YouTube profits from videos promoting unproven Covid-19 treatments
New report finds company is running ads on videos pushing herbs and potentially unsafe over-the-counter treatments for virus
 Like Reply
29h Updated Coronavirus: Sainsbury’s to ease shopping item restrictions
The supermarket lifts limits on some products but asks households to send only one adult to do the shopping.
 Like Reply
Take Government Aid? We’ll See, Some Businesses Say29h Updated Take Government Aid? We’ll See, Some Businesses Say
Executives at Boeing, for one, have indicated that they might not accept money authorized by the stimulus if they dislike the terms.
 Like Reply
29h Updated The Unemployment Rate Is Probably Around 13 Percent
It’s almost certainly at its highest level since the Great Depression. Here’s how we estimated it.
 Like Reply
29h Updated Coronavirus conman barges in on 83-year-old woman
Trading standards officers say old-fashioned doorstep crime is rising as virus concern is exploited.
 Like Reply
How much will your car tax go up by in 2020 as VED rates rise?29h Updated How much will your car tax go up by in 2020 as VED rates rise?
Owners of cars will see their car tax costs rise in-line with the RPI index, usually adding £5 to bills. However, new vehicle buyers will be hit harder, as first-year VED rates are determined by a new test.
 Like Reply
‘This Isn’t a Dry Run’: Reduce Stress, but Get Ready for More30h Updated ‘This Isn’t a Dry Run’: Reduce Stress, but Get Ready for More
Classic investment strategies are performing about as well as expected — but they may be too painful to bear. If so, says our columnist, make adjustments now.
 Like Reply
Covid boost for spread-betting firm run by ex-Tory party treasurer30h Covid boost for spread-betting firm run by ex-Tory party treasurer
Peter Cruddas’s CMC Markets sees CFD net trading revenue almost double year-on-year CMC Markets, the financial spread-betting firm run by city tycoon Peter Cruddas, said business has boomed in the first quarter this year as the coronavirus wrought havoc on global financial markets. The company said net trading revenue from its core contract for difference (CFD) business, a form of derivative trading, almost doubled year-on-year to £214m in the 12 months to the end of March.
 Like Reply
Oil Prices Fall in Asia After Thursday Surge: Live Updates30h Updated Oil Prices Fall in Asia After Thursday Surge: Live Updates
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
 Like Reply
Chelsea Bonds and Infinity Bonds paying 27% - are they too good to be true?31h Updated Chelsea Bonds and Infinity Bonds paying 27% - are they too good to be true?
We have a chunk of cash we want to tuck away for up to five years. I have seen two bonds advertised through Google. One is named Chelsea Bonds, the other is Infinity Bonds.
 Like Reply
Sir Philip Green to use taxpayer money to pay staff during coronavirus shutdown31h Sir Philip Green to use taxpayer money to pay staff during coronavirus shutdown
Sir Philip Green's Arcadia group has been given taxpayer backing through the government's job retention scheme to furlough 14,500 workers.
 Like Reply
Services sector sees its steepest downturn since 1996 due to coronavirus31h Services sector sees its steepest downturn since 1996 due to coronavirus
Britain's services and manufacturing firms are falling deeper into an economic slump, according to a closely-watched survey.
 Like Reply
Nationwide: Coronavirus rescue will help the property market rebound31h Nationwide: Coronavirus rescue will help the property market rebound
The latest Nationwide index painted a picture of the UK's property market before coronavirus hit, with the average house price up £3,500 in a month.
 Like Reply
31h Updated Government bails out bus firms to keep routes open
A £167m fund will cover the losses of bus companies to keep essential services running for key workers.
 Like Reply
32h Updated Coronavirus: Emergency business loan scheme revamped after criticism
Firms have made more than 130,000 loan enquires, but fewer than 1,000 had been approved.
 Like Reply
What do the FCA credit card and overdraft proposals mean for consumers?32h Updated What do the FCA credit card and overdraft proposals mean for consumers?
The FCA this morning proposed banks should offer customers in financial difficulty an interest-free overdraft up to £500, and let them put credit card and loan repayments on hold for three months.
 Like Reply
Can you claim an inheritance tax refund on shares which have lost value?32h Can you claim an inheritance tax refund on shares which have lost value?
Markets have plummeted over the past month, meaning some heirs could have 'overpaid' inheritance tax when they were at peak value.
 Like Reply
Best Isa rates: How to transfer your Isa and find the best deals32h Best Isa rates: How to transfer your Isa and find the best deals
Although there is little to no chance of new top tax-free savings rates ahead of the end of the tax year on Sunday, savers will still lose their tax-free Isa allowance for this year if they don't use it up.
 Like Reply
Victorian gothic homes – in pictures33h Victorian gothic homes – in pictures
Property for sale from Cumbria to Somerset, with a little football magic sprinkled in
 Like Reply
Coronavirus lockdown: High streets suffer worst month on record34h Coronavirus lockdown: High streets suffer worst month on record
Britain's high streets have suffered their worst month on record, as the coronavirus lockdown hammered retailers.
 Like Reply
Small-Business Relief Effort ‘a Mess’34h Small-Business Relief Effort ‘a Mess’
Live updates on stock market and business news during the coronavirus outbreak.
 Like Reply
Coronavirus will be devastating for poorest nations - World Bank34h Coronavirus will be devastating for poorest nations - World Bank
The managing director of the World Bank has told Sky News that the coronavirus could wreak devastation on populations in the developing world.
 Like Reply
Dutch scheme to boost wilting flower industry takes root35h Dutch scheme to boost wilting flower industry takes root
More than 1,000 firms sign up to buy and give away blooms to stem losses caused by Covid-19 Passersby stepping out for exercise in the spring sun, company employees and hospitals are being given tulips, roses and chrysanthemums under a Dutch initiative to save the country’s flower industry and make life a little more bearable. An idea devised three weeks ago by staff at a firm that manufactures pumps and valves in the village of Maasdijk, east of Rotterdam, has blossomed into a scheme involving more than 1,000 Dutch companies which have bought more than 1m flowers simply to give them away.
 Like Reply
On the top

Date settings

Today is Saturday, April 4, 2020

+ 1 -
+ 1 -
+ 2016 -

Close

By using our website, you agree to the use of cookies as described in our cookie policy.

Accept