Successor to Ceefax/Teletext City pages: recommendations please

Now that analague Ceefax & Teletext are (progressively) disappearing (well, they've gone in my area), does anyone have a good recommendation for a website that carries the same sort of information (free or
otherwise, as technically ceefax wasn't free: you needed a tv licence).
What I liked about the BBC2 or C4 City pages was a brief potted summary (on one page) of current news, market indices, exchange rates, and (on a separate page) risers & fallers.
I've come across http://www.euroinvestor.co.uk/stock/hitlist.aspx for gainers and fallers, and there are other news summaries in various places (many of the broadsheet websites carry this, at present for free, but for how much longer???)
Ceefax/Teletext wasn't necessarily the bees-knees (especially compared to current websites) but it was cheap, quick, compact, and usually up-to-date, particularly before the widespread availability and increase of the web.
Thoughts?
TIA
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