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Buy-to-let slump after stamp duty change

Landlords now pay a Three% stamp accountability surcharge, allowing first-time buyer numbers to develop.

Share sale set to return Lloyds to private sector

The Federal Government is expected to substantiate the sale of its final 0.25% stake in Lloyds on Wednesday.

Twitter co-founder Biz Stone to rejoin firm

Shares of the corporate, which has struggled to turn a revenue, jumped on the information.

Tata Steel offers to pump £550m into closed pension fund

The Way Forward For the British Metal pension scheme remains to be uncertain despite Tata’s provide of money and property.

FTSE 100's record-breaking streak continues

London’s major share index hits any other closing high as pound weak spot continues.

Vanguard move sparks price war for personal investors

US tracker fund massive’s transfer to sell its tracker money right away to investors set to disrupt the sphere.

General election 2017: Lib Dems promise £100-a-week for entrepreneurs' living costs

The celebration says it will provide those beginning companies £One Hundred a week against dwelling prices for six months.

Banks 'must show action' in fraud cases

A consumer staff says “existence-changing sums” are being misplaced by victims of Bank transfer scams.

Staff more likely to struggle to work than pull a sickie

Many staff say they worry the workload after coming back from illness depart, a survey claims.

General election 2017: Labour 'plans water industry nationalisation'

Households could store about £100 a 12 months, the party says, in plans to be introduced in its manifesto.