Helia Ebrahimi is the Economics Correspondent for Channel 4 News.
Channel 4 News' Economics Correspondent Helia Ebrahimi reports on the big changes in the economy and the public finances - and how they'll influence the world you live in.
As politicians fail again to come up with a solution to Brexit, preparations for no-deal are costing British industry hundreds of millions of pounds.
Business leaders have already expressed their despair at all the continued uncertainty and frustration, some saying Britain’s already-tarnished reputation has ended the week “in tatters”.
Business owners from up and down the country expressed their frustration at the inability of parliament to agree on any way forward on Brexit.
The UK economy will get a staggering £250 billion boost if women start up businesses at the same rate as men.
The International Trade Secretary, Liam Fox, has floated the idea that, when we leave, the vast majority of tariffs could simply be cut to zero. But a raft of industries say they could be hit hard by a flood of cheap imports.
Marks and Spencer was founded in the 19th century, Ocado in the 21st. Today, these very different businesses came together in a multi-billion pound joint venture, using Ocado’s hi-tech knowledge to deliver M&S food.
The government has tonight given its own assessment of the economic impact of a no deal – and it’s a sobering read.
The Prime Minister has summoned the judgement of history in her latest bid to convince her rebellious MPs to back her Brexit deal.
The Chancellor Philip Hammond was expected to be on his way to China this weekend to discuss trade. The official line from the treasury is that no trip was ever announced or confirmed.
So much of the Brexit debate has been dominated by unicorns – policies put forward by one side, dismissed as fantastical by the other.
“The fog of Brexit is increasing the chances of recession”, the Bank of England governor Mark Carney has warned.
The UK economy is at risk of stagnation, with escalating uncertainty over Brexit undermining business confidence.
A High court judge has approved a scheme by Barclays to move 190 billion euros in assets to Ireland amid the Brexit no-deal uncertainty. The bank had argued that it could “not wait any longer”.
The supermarkets and take-away chains have, until now, held back from voicing fears about Brexit. They didn’t want to alienate customers who voted to leave the EU. But with the distinct possibility of a no-deal departure in just 60 days, Marks and Spencer, Waitrose, KFC, the Co-op, and others joined forces to warn of the…
Top bankers at Barclays made secret payments to Qatar in exchange for £4 billion to stave off a government bailout during the 2008 financial crisis, a court has been told.