The Big Questions: Will your mortgage repayments fall, will your savings earn less interest, and will this stimulus really help the economy grow?
A dramatic set of figures show UK economy will virtually grind to a halt because of decision to leave the EU
Bank of England cuts rates and launches £170bn stimulus as it forecasts post-Brexit vote collapse in growth
Expectation that the Bank of England would take action to prevent further shock movements in the pound has kept it trading around 31-year lows
Growth in the three months to June was 0.6 per cent, up from 0.4 per cent in the first quarter
Baroness Ros Altmann, the outgoing pensions minister, said that negative rates could be 'very dangerous'
Latest Purchasing Managers Index shows ‘dramatic deterioration’ with economy shrinking at fastest rate since 2009
While the impact is only showing up so far in measures of consumer and business confidence, that could ultimately spill over into key drivers of growth
"The whole thing is literally unbelievable," the chief executive of Old Mutual Global Investors said
‘I do not have any sense that either consumers or business are panic-struck and…there have been no material signs of financial panic,’ he said.
Mr Hadane’s dovish speech sent sterling down almost a cent against the dollar to $1.3346.
Shares in EasyJet were down around 3 per cent. IAG, the company that owns British Airways and other European airlines, was down almost 2 per cent
The Bank of England would be wise to delay a decision on interest rates, but Mark Carney's indications mean there is more than an 80 per cent chance of a cut this week – not to proceed now would cause an economic shock
Economists think Mark Carney and the Monetary Policy Committee will cut rates from their current historic floor of 0.5 per cent to just 0.25 per cent tomorrow. But what will such a reduction mean for UK borrowers, savers, workers and families?
Tim Martin accused Christine Lagarde and Mark Carney of 'irresponsible doom-mongering'
Brexit will contribute to uncertainty that will damage growth prospects, the world's largest asset manager has said