The number of cars manufactured in the UK last month was 12% higher than in the corresponding period of last year, according to official figures.
Inflation fell for the sixth month in succession in March paving the way for an end to the prolonged squeeze on wages, official figures showed on Tuesday.
Flexible pension rules mean people will be able to take more risk with their cash at retirement. But research suggests annuities will remain popular.
Bank of England rate-setters are expected to leave the cost of borrowing on hold this week amid signs that the pace of the recovery may be slowing down.
Drivers are set for more misery because councils in England and Wales are facing a huge shortfall in investment in road maintenance and repairs.
Campaigners say a £200m fund for pothole repairs announced by the Chancellor in his 2014 Budget is not enough. We look at the state of the nation's roads.
Low petrol prices are easing the pressure on drivers faced with a real-terms dip in earnings, according to new research.
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