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FTSE CLOSE: Pound volatile after May's Brexit defeat; Businesses prepare for no-deal

 

With the Brexit vote having been widely expected to go against the Prime Minister, 'sterling has not been unduly bothered'. The FTSE 100 index at the close was down 32.34 at 6862.68.

Education publishing group Pearson sees share price fall 6%

 

Looking ahead, the firm said it expects pressures in the US higher education business will continue this year, leading to flat revenue or a fall of up to 6 per cent.

London house prices continue to fall as Brexit uncertainties remain

 

London property prices have continued to fall in the last year while growth in England remains lower than other countries in Britain, according to official figures.

BMW releases a £30k Mini 60 Years Edition to celebrate its 2019 anniversary

 

BMW has commissioned 500 limited run vehicles that will exclusively be sold in British dealerships. It's based on the Mini Cooper S automatic but is a third more expensive than the standard car.

Bankers should be stripped of multi-million pound bonuses if their websites fail, watchdog says

 

Andrew Bailey, chief of the Financial Conduct Authority, said bosses would suffer consequences after TSB suffered a technology meltdown during a failed systems upgrade.

Best buys: This is Money's pick of the top financial deals

 

Each week we pick out our favourite financial deals to slash your outgoings and make your money stretch further. This week Simon Lambert offers a nifty tip to make more from your investments.

Boost for savers as top one-year savings deal now matches inflation after CPI falls to 2.1%

 

Savers have been handed a boost as Gatehouse Bank’s one-year fix with 2.1% interest, now matches inflation after a fall in the Consumer Prices Index last month.

How bank fraud victims can fight to get money back

 

We have discovered that customers tricked into handing over their life savings are now winning compensation, giving hope to victims such as Elizabeth and Simon Ghali, pictured.

Inflation falls again to 2.1 per cent in a fresh boost for workers 

 

The Office for National Statistics said prices were rising at 2.1 per cent in December, down from 2.3 per cent the month before. Wages are rising at almost 3.5 per cent the most recent figures say.

Why penny pinching on travel cover can cost you thousands

 

Insurers are so desperate to beat their rivals by a few pennies so they appear at the top of comparison websites that they now offer cover for as little as £4.59 for a single trip.

HSBC boosts its fixed rates with 1.6% one-year deal

 

HSBC also pays 1.8 per cent for two years. But you can only get the deals if you have certain current or savings accounts with HSBC, which must stay open for the term of the bond.

Long-standing boss of Dettol and Durex-owner Reckitt Benckiser to stand down after 32 years

 

Rakesh Kapoor said today that he will stand down by the end of 2019, adding that it had been a 'huge privilege' to head Reckitt but the time was right for new leadership.

Should I ditch funds axed by Hargreaves Lansdown's Wealth 50?

 

Hargreaves Lansdown revamped Wealth 50 meant a stack of funds used by its 1.1 million investors were cast into the wilderness. Some of them are mine, so what should I do next?

Developers face backlash over slow broadband

 

The penny-pinching companies have been criticised for leaving families with internet connections so poor that they do not even meet the minimum standard set by the Government.

Victims of the solar sharks talked into giving up the right to make money from their solar panels

 

Last week we revealed how customers had been misled when Home Energy and Lifestyle Management Systems (Helms) sold them solar panels under the Government's Green Deal.

Bovis Homes says it is on course for annual profit boost

 

The group said it will see profits for 2018 that are slightly ahead of market expectations after a 'significant step-up' in operating margins.

ASK TONY:  My Currys fridge broke down – but small print left me out of pocket and feeling the chill

 

Last year, I purchased a fridge freezer from Currys for my burger van business, but it broke down in August and it took me a month to get a refund.

Act now to plug your state pension contributions gaps before the cost spirals in April

 

You could save as much as £153 a year by topping up your state pension now rather than waiting until April, when the cost for each missing year jumps.

The founder of Bounce Ping Pong tells us why bingo is next on the list for a modern makeover

 

Adam Breeden is the 42 year old entrepreneur who is the brains behind a host of hugely successful social entertainment venues, including All Star Lanes, Bounce Ping Pong - and now, HiJingo!.

MARKET REPORT: Flybe investors face hard landing in Connect Airways deal after shares crash 41.8% 

 

Virgin Atlantic, Stobart Group and investment company Cyrus Capital last week joined under the name of Connect Airways to put up a £2.2million offer for Flybe, paying shareholders 1p per share.

Mortgage rates are cut in January sale as banks slice interest rates

 

Tesco Bank has cut rates for homeowners with smaller deposits looking to remortgage. It is now offering a two-year fixed rate of 2.26 per cent for borrowers with a 10 per cent deposit.

Builder Persimmon scoops £1BILLION profit bonanza

 

The FTSE 100 firm made around £1.1bn in 2018 as it cashed in on the taxpayer-funded Help To Buy scheme. That is up from £966m the previous year and comes after sales reached £3.5bn.

VICTORIA BISCHOFF: If banks can't catch the scammers, they can at least stop blaming the victims

 

We've come a long way since the days of abysmally spelt emails from fraudsters claiming to be Nigerian royalty. These days, fraudsters are sophisticated and always one step ahead.

CITY DIARY: Is JP Morgan boss Jamie Dimon preparing a presidential run in 2020?

 

Self-assured JP Morgan boss Jamie Dimon brushed aside his bank's disappointing results yesterday by urging America's leaders to unify – a reference to the partial government shutdown.

Fears for eurozone as figures reveal German growth slumped to a five-year low in 2018

 

Germany's economy expanded by just 1.5 per cent as its prized car industry was hit by a US trade crackdown. It is the weakest showing by Germany since 2013.

US economy could grind to a halt if government shutdown continues, JP Morgan boss Jamie Dimon warns 

 

It came as JP Morgan unveiled profits of £5.5bn for the last three months of 2018, up 67 per cent on a year earlier but slightly below what analysts were expecting.

Santander ditches new boss Andrea Orcel after he demanded a massive payout

 

Santander called off the appointment after discovering the cost of compensating him for losing the right to seven years of bonuses from former employer UBS.

Ivanka Trump to help choose next head of the World Bank after boss suddenly quits

 

Ivanka Trump, 37, has worked closely with the organisation for the past two years. she has previously worked with the World Bank's departing leader Jim Yong Kim.

Entrepreneur Luke Johnson enjoys a £555k boost after shares in Elegant Hotels jump 

 

The embattled chairman of Patisserie Valerie is the luxury hotel group’s biggest shareholder, with a 12.5 per cent stake, and sits on its board. Elegant Hotels’ shares rose 7.4 per cent.

Provident Financial's profit gloom hits shares

 

The Provvy suffered from customers falling behind on payments at its credit card arm, Vanquis Bank, which opened 76,000 new accounts in the last three months of 2018 – 17,000 fewer than a year earlier.

ALEX BRUMMER: Parliament may be broken but Britain just keeps on working

 

The most despairing aspect of the whole rotten parliamentary conniption over Brexit is the tendency to denigrate Britain’s economic and social settlement.

DAILY BRIEFING: Former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn denied bail in Tokyo over salary fraud charges

 

Ghosn, 64, has been denied bail in Tokyo. Detained since November 19, he denies charges of under-reporting his pay for five years and transferring personal losses to Nissan accounts.

HMRC took record £125bn from VAT last year as the tax now makes up a fifth of its take

 

Value Added Tax now makes up 21% of HMRC's tax take, up 3% from a decade ago. The UK's total tax take is now £594bn, a record high.

Government uses Brexit vote to bury cut in benefits for older couples

 

The Department for Work and Pensions yesterday announced that planned cuts to pension credit – a top-up available to the poorest pensioners –will be enforced from May this year.

Will travel insurance pay out if you can't get to a ski resort?

 

Winter sport enthusiasts travelling to Europe must carefully study the terms and conditions of their travel policies as they could be underinsured

Cost of moving home soared beyond £10k for the first time last year

 

Those moving home in the UK collectively spent £9.8billion in 2018, which averages out at £10,047 per move, new research by Compare My Move has discovered.

M&S reveals the 17 stores that will close next

 

The chain is shutting over 100 stores as part of a five-year turnaround plan and on Tuesday listed the 17 shops that it will close next.

New 700bhp Mustang GT500 is the most powerful Ford road car EVER

 

If you're a Briton and are excited by the prospect of a 700bhp performance car to circulate the M25, reign in your delirium. This is set to be a US-only model. Still, you can listen to its howl in our video.

Boohoo notches up bumper sales over Christmas but shares take a tumble in early trading

 

Boohoo, which owns Pretty Little Thing and Nasty Gal, said sales surged 44 per cent in the last four months and expects its full-year performance to top expectations as a result.

Would a Brexit deal bring a bounce for unloved UK shares?

 

Investors have been shunning UK shares and the funds that invest in them off the back of Brexit uncertainty, but would some form of eventual deal see a rush back in?

 

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