With the leaders of the main political parties outlining their plans for British businesses at the CBI conference on Monday, you would be forgiven for thinking that the stock exchange might have veered wildly as each new proposal was put forward.
Jo Swinson has insisted Liberal Democrat plans to abolish business rates will “rescue the High Street”.
Business is the topic of the day with Boris Johnson, Jeremy Corbyn and Jo Swinson attending the CBI Conference in an attempt to win over City leaders with their proposals.
The extent the problematic business rates tax regime is having on town centres is laid bare as new research shows high street chains have closed nearly 6,000 sites so far this year.
Confidence in Britain is faltering amid “extreme ideology” on both sides of the political divide, a business leader has warned.
Jeremy Corbyn plans to give all local authorities the right to take bus services into public ownership if Labour wins the General Election.
Businessman Robert Tchenguiz has launched a scathing attack on the board of FirstGroup, where he has a 4.7% economic interest, accusing them of misleading the stock market.
Gourmet Burger Kitchen saw losses dive for the past year after it took a hit of almost £16m hit from the closure of 24 of its restaurants.
The Turkish airline SunExpress has announced it will be buying 10 of the troubled Boeing 737-8 Max jets, grounded globally after crashes, worth 1.2 billion US dollars.
Boris Johnson has pledged to postpone further corporation tax cuts in a bid to divert £6 billion to the “priorities of the British people”.