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FTSE LIVE:Jamie Oliver's restaurant empire collapses; Tesco Bank bails quits mortgages

 

Jamie Oliver's restaurant chain Jamie's Italian has appointed administrators, putting as many as 1,300 jobs at risk. The FTSE 100 is in the green today, while the pound has fallen below $1.27.

Best current account deals: HSBC brings back £175 cash reward for switchers

 

The banking giant has brought back its £175 golden hello for those switching to its Advance Account , and has also introduced sweeteners for its Basic and Premier bank accounts.

How to save money: 50 simple money saving tips

 

This is Money's top 50 – updated – money-saving tips may appear light-hearted but are deadly serious.

British Steel 'on the brink of collapse putting 25,000 jobs at risk'

 

British Steel, its lenders and Whitehall officials have until Tuesday afternoon to agree a deal, at which point it could go into administration.

American Express customers face higher Platinum Card fees from June

 

From June 11, Amex's card will be made from metal rather than plastic, and cost £575 a year compared to £450 now.

Tesco Bank abandons mortgage lending and may sell off loans

 

Tesco blamed challenging market conditions as closed a major chapter of its push into banking, once seen as a highly profitable area ripe for the supermarket to disrupt.

Driverless cars improve traffic flow by more than a third, says Cambridge study

 

Researchers from the university programmed a small fleet of miniature robotic cars to drive on a multi-lane track and measured traffic flow with fully autonomous and simulated 'driven' cars.

Jaguar Land Rover racks up a record £3.6bn in losses as its diesel sales slump

 

Jaguar Land Rover racked up a record loss after diesel sales slumped – but insisted it is not trying to merge with French firm Peugeot. Britain's largest car maker swung to a £3.6 billion loss.

Mike Ashley abandons Sir Philip Green and sells his stake in Mysale

 

Ashley offloaded his 4.8 per cent stake in Mysale, worth around £518,000 at current prices. The tycoons fell out earlier this year over Ashley’s claims that Green was manipulating HMV's sale.

Deborah Meaden's tips on how to be a successful entrepreneur

 

Multi-millionaire Deborah Meaden offers her advice on becoming a successful entrepreneur at any age. Despite turning 60 this year, she has no intention of putting her feet up.

Turn your hobbies into a fortune and make money doing something you enjoy 

 

Getting paid to do something you love is a no-brainer. Here, Leah Milner And Rosie Taylor speak to six inspiring entrepreneurs, all aged over 50.

Woodford income fund is downgraded by research giant Morningstar

 

The 59-year-old’s giant Equity Income fund has had its rating cut by Morningstar from ‘bronze’ to ‘neutral’ – the second-lowest level, above only ‘negative’.

What are the 26 Great British A-Z 10p coins worth?

 

Last year we revealed coin collectors would be handed the challenge of hunting down 26 new 10p coins, featuring an A-Z of what makes Britain great. So, what are they worth now?

THE PRUDENT INVESTOR: Pensions are boring, they said. Now who's laughing...

 

I'm living life on the edge: old enough to draw a pension, but young enough to want to work -well, sometimes at least.

NatWest re-enters 0% balance transfer market after 5 year absence

 

High street giant NatWest denied it was reneging on a five year old pledge to no longer offer 0 per cent balance transfer credit cards to customers, as it announced today it was re-entering the market

How to make a pension last a lifetime: The essential guide to financial success in retirement 

 

Four years ago, the Government brought in a rule change that had dramatic consequences for retirees.The reforms, known as 'pension freedoms', gave savers unprecedented flexibility.

Couple reveal how hiring a mystery car resulted in them paying double

 

Irene, 55, and Ian Bristow, 68, decided to book a so-called mystery car for their nine day trip to Vegas through third party website, Argus Car Hire.

Customers are cancelling insurance they can no longer afford

 

Research has found that 38 per cent of people had cancelled one or more insurance policies over the past three years because they could no longer afford them

ALEX BRUMMER: The route to a great escape for Thomas Cook

 

A lacklustre performance from Ryanair is not a great development for Thomas Cook. The Irish no-frills carrier unveiled its worst figures in four years.

Thomas Cook feels the heat as shares fall ANOTHER 13%

 

The travel operator spent much of Monday reassuring customers on social media that they will still be able to go on their holidays.

Fund manager Schroders digs heels in over bid for doorstep lender Provident Financial

 

Fund manager Schroders doubled down on a previous pledge not to support a bid by rival Non-Standard Finance to buy the doorstep lender.

Canadian miner Pure Gold floats on the London Stock Exchange with 267m shares available

 

It is only the tenth firm to list on the main market this year, after many held off in the first quarter due to Brexit worries. Pure Gold will be making 267m of its shares available.

Goldman Sachs is in talks to buy B&B Hotels chain for £1.7bn

 

PAI bought B&B for about £692 million three years ago, meaning it stands to recoup more than double its initial investment. The chain is based in France and has more than 470 hotels.

Investor revolt over fat-cat pay at estate agent Foxtons

 

It came after boss Nick Budden and finance chief Mark Berry were handed £389,000 in bonuses for 2018, up from £371,000 the previous year.

Ryanair's profits crash to a four-year low of £882m

 

The budget airline said it flew 142 million customers across Europe in the year to March 31, up 9 per cent on the previous year. However, profits dropped by a third.

Asian stocks are given a lift thanks to surprise gains from Japan

 

The country’s total output was 2.1 per cent higher in the first three months than a year earlier, while analysts had expected a 0.2 per cent drop.

MARKET REPORT: Stock at Theme park operator Merlin Entertainments tumbles by 6.7%

 

Merlin Entertainments was hoping the announcement of its first Madame Tussauds franchise would cheer investors. But instead, a double downgrade from analysts rained on its parade.

Investors to urge BP in its fight against climate change at AGM following pressure from activists

 

Greenpeace activists yesterday blocked the entrances to BP’s head office in central London, urging the firm to end oil and gas exploration.

Materials maker Low & Bonar forces out its boss as the U.S.-China trade war bites

 

As shares plunged more than 23 per cent, the London-listed materials maker said Philip de Klerk will step down at the beginning of July, with chairman Daniel Dayan taking charge for now.

How to choose a mortgage broker: what matters when choosing your adviser 

 

Applying for a mortgage is not the most straightforward of tasks, which is perhaps partly why a whopping 97 per cent of us used the services of a mortgage broker last year.

Phil Spencer's ten tips to boost the value of your property 

 

Phil Spencer, who hosts popular TV shows such as Location, Location, Location, reveals some of his simple value-adding tips, such as naming your house and hanging mirrors.

Record number of 660k customers switch energy supplier in April - after price cap came into force

 

The numbers changing their supplier in April were up 34 per cent since April 2018 and the highest number ever recorded, according to data from Energy UK, a trade body.

Lloyds Banking Group hiring 500 software engineering staff for new Edinburgh tech hub

 

The banking giant is hiring 500 new software engineering staff in the Scottish capital, with recruitment taking place over the next 18 months.

Investec UK Special Situations invests in companies doing badly in hope they will turn around

 

It's an investment strategy, overseen by Alasdair Mundy, that can take a while to generate results. Over the past five years, the fund's performance has failed to match the FTSE All Share Index.

MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Jeff Prestridge loathes Lloyds television adverts - but loves the shares

 

At 60p and with the prospect of more dividend growth in the pipeline (provided the economy does not nosedive), the shares represent good value for money.

THE PRUDENT INVESTOR'S 12 simple steps to saving a fortune

 

The time has come to put a spring in your finances. I'm going to take you through some straightforward steps to buff up your money so it works harder for you.

House prices in Wales and the North West of England defy Brexit to reach all-time high

 

In Wales, the average asking price of newly-listed homes breached the £200,000 mark for the first time on record last month, rising by 2.1 per cent, Rightmove's latest figures show.

Grandparents providing childcare are urged to claim state pension credits

 

Hundreds of thousands of grandparents and other family members could be missing out on valuable credits towards the state pension worth around £250 a year in old age, new research reveals.

Quiz to guess the price of these log cabins

 

How many of the half a dozen log cabins in our quiz can you get right, with values ranging from £25,000 to an impressive £1million.

How to make your property pay without moving out

 

With rising house prices, many homeowners have found themselves property rich but cash poor. Well, the good news is that you don’t have to move out to turn your house into a cash machine.

 

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