Economics - Archive

September 2018 articles

  Delays of even half an hour at the border in the event of a no-deal Brexit could prompt a wave of bankruptcies for firms relying [...]

26 September

  Ten years after the start of the financial crisis, Columbia University historian Adam Tooze’s epic work of economic history, [...]

25 September

  The last 30 years have been one of extraordinary change in terms of how financial markets and the global economy have evolved. [...]

25 September

  Ten years ago today, the world woke to the news that yet another bank had collapsed. [...]

25 September

   You're probably tired of me saying it, dear reader. [...]

25 September

    Debate: Should the City be worried about Labour’s plan to hand 10 per cent of company shares to workers? [...]

25 September

  Growth in the British manufacturing sector slowed as exports cooled, according to data published today. [...]

24 September

   Could Donald Trump’s trade war be a positive force in reining in Chinese dominance? [...]

24 September

 The dramatic fate of Sky is nearing its finale, as a £26bn head-to-head auction between two of the world’s most powerful [...]

22 September

A huge flaw in the Bitcoin network's underlying software that could have destroyed the cryptocurrency has been discovered. [...]

21 September

  The Treasury has launched a review into barriers for women in business in an effort to utilise untapped talent in the workforce. [...]

21 September

The Labour party is weighing up radical plans to break up the Big Four accountancy firms, amid mounting pressure on the UK’s [...]

21 September

Sterling took a further beating this morning after Theresa May's botched attempts to woo European officials ended in disaster. [...]

21 September

Public sector borrowing has fallen to its lowest point since 2002 for the financial year to date at £17.8bn, £7.8bn less [...]

21 September

David Lewis is ramping up a food fight of epic proportions. [...]

21 September