Robert Wood, chief U.K. economist at Berenberg, says that after being solely consumption-led, the U.K. recovery is now benefiting from business investments.
Export data are very positive for the U.K. because investors remain concerned that the recovery is too reliant on consumer spending and a decline in the savings ratio, CNBC's Helia Ebrahimi reports.
CNBC's Catherine Boyle explains why the Irish President's visit to the Queen of England is so important.
Ryan Bransfield, analyst at Markit, says dividend payments among U.K. firms should be the highest in six years in 2014, and discusses which stocks will have the highest yields.
David Sayer, partner at KPMG, warns that there is more pain ahead for U.K. banks and that a lot more has to be done to get returns on capital in line with the cost of capital.
Matthew Goodwin, associate professor of politics and international relations at the University of Nottingham, says British right-wing political party UKIP is connecting with "angry white old men".
The Grand National will be watched by 900 million people worldwide, says Harriet Collins, head of PR and newspaper marketing at Racing Post, who also gives tips on how to choose a winning horse.
Ciaran O'Brien, corporate affairs director at Ladbrokes, says that the Grand National is as good as it gets for bookmakers and comments on some of the horses in competition.
Britain's dominant services sector expanded steadily in March, a survey showed on Thursday.
Simon Baptist, chief economist at EIU, says that while both manufacturing and services PMI for the U.K. are down in March, they remain at very "healthy" levels.
How do you know when you're rich? According to a survey, most people reckon it is when you are worth over £10 million ($17 million).
Roger Weatherby, CEO of Weatherbys Bank and steward at the Jockey Club explains how the company evolved into a private bank and how it provides horse racing data to bookmakers around the world.
The "Shareholder Spring" continues to weigh on U.K. companies, with CEO bonuses falling for a third consecutive year in 2013, according to a PwC report published on Tuesday, as investors keep a watchful eye on corporate excess.
Ruairidh Finlayson, equity analyst at Brewin Dolphin, says risks for U.K. insurers are to the downside since the FCA regulation body announced it had launched a probe.
German finance minister Wolfgang Schäuble called for countries opting out of the single currency to be treated with "fairness". CNBC's Catherine Boyle discusses what this means for the U.K.
The New York Times will launch a new smartphone app and a premium monthly subscription package on April 2.
Heather Jackson, founder and chief executive of An Inspirational Journey, discusses women in business and how progress is being made when it comes to getting more women in FTSE 100 boardrooms.
Ewen Cameron Watt, BlackRock Investment Institute chief investment strategist, says there would be a large number of financial and political issues associated with Scottish independence.
Peter Atherton, head of the utility sector at Liberum, discusses what a competition inquiry into the U.K. utility market would mean for investments and consumers.
Old Victorian warehouses in London are being re-purposed into flats and townhouses. CNBC's Catherine Boyle reports.