Economics - Archive

May 2018 articles

The number of non-UK born citizens living in the country has risen once again, with Poland the most common country of birth.  [...]

24 May

Is Britain missing out by not having a legal cannabis market? [...]

24 May
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The old quip that the EU can only deal with one crisis at a time is about to be tested. [...]

24 May
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Occasionally, there is a major change of government that should command the attention of investors. The election of Donald Trump [...]

23 May

Inflation in the UK dropped to its lowest levels since March 2017 last month, according to the latest figures from the Office [...]

23 May

Finally, over two months after they went to the polls, we have a new government in Italy, and a candidate to be the next Prime [...]

23 May
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The new Italian government looks set to cause shock waves across Europe. [...]

23 May
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Uncertainty over Brexit continues to dominate the news agenda, and has contributed to the anaemic growth of the UK economy. The [...]

22 May
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French president Emmanuel Macron is facing a sharp rebuke on his plans to reform the Eurozone after 154 leading German economists [...]

22 May
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The pound has jumped by almost 0.5 per cent, after Bank of England policymaker Gertjan Vlieghe warned interest rates could rise [...]

22 May
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Public sector net borrowing in the UK in the last financial year dropped by £5.7bn to its lowest level since 2007, according [...]

22 May
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Finance chiefs from across Europe are planning a number of measures to push forward growth at their companies, undeterred by [...]

22 May
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Protectionism is the greatest threat to the UK’s economic growth, according to a survey of UK leaders and CEOs from around [...]

22 May
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UK mid-sized businesses have fallen off the top spot for revenue growth among the leading five EU economies, according to research [...]

21 May
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A bitter trade war between the US and China has been put “on hold” as the world’s largest economies step back from the [...]

21 May
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