Business News:

Business Live: Asian shares head higher
…Shares in Tokyo and Hong Kong climb; A bank in Singapore halts loans for London properties.…


Alun Cairns welcomes 'business as usual' message
…The Welsh Secretary has held the first in a series of meetings with business leaders to reassure them after the UK voted to leave the European Union. "We are determined to address their concerns and…


Business Live: Tuesday 28 June
…All major US share indexes rise by more than 1% following strong trading in Europe. FTSE 100 closes up 2.64% and FTSE 250 closes up 3.58%. Sterling rises 0.88% to $1.3342. US Volkswagen owners get…


Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns 'encouraged' by business response
…CBI Wales, said business was looking for leadership, confidence and certainty for the markets. "We want a good new settlement on the single market, whatever happens, we're conscious we want to play a…


EU Referendum 'Business as usual' for EU funding bids
…The EU funding body has said it is "business as usual" in terms of applications for more than £400m of funding. The Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB) has been giving evidence to Stormont's finance…


'We are open for business'
…Chancellor George Osborne has said that Britain will face its future from a position of strength.…


Dumfries and Galloway plastic road firm wins business award
…in the Virgin Media Business VOOM 2016 awards. The company won the start-up section of the competition. It makes road asphalt out of waste, which it claims creates a longer lasting product that is 60…


Business Live: Wall Street follows London shares higher
…FTSE 100 exceeds pre-Brexit levels and FTSE 250 also ends day ahead.. Sterling rises against the dollar. Goldman Sachs banker rejects blame for BHS deal. Sir Philip Green demands apology for '…


Business Live: Monday 27 June
…Sterling falls more than 3% to new 31 year-low against dollar. Airline, building company and bank shares hit hard as FTSE 100 closes down 2.5%. Former Bank Governor Mervyn King: 'People shouldn't…


Business secretary says EU trade ties are top priority
Business Secretary Sajid Javid has said keeping the UK's access to the single market will be a priority during negotiations with the European Union. His remarks followed a meeting with UK business