Economics - Archive

June 2018 articles

The UK economy was supposed to plunge into recession soon after the vote to leave the EU, but the majority of forecasters were [...]

22 June
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On 23 June 2016, the UK public voted on whether or not to stay in the European Union (EU). Many expected the UK to remain in [...]

22 June
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Who should replace Bank of England governor Mark Carney? [...]

22 June
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Is the EU justified in imposing counter-tariffs on America? [...]

22 June
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The Bank of England’s chief economist broke ranks with the governor for the first time in seven years yesterday as he called [...]

21 June
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47 per cent of UK small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) predict their overseas turnover will increase over the next year, [...]

21 June
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Sterling rallied this afternoon after the Bank of England's chief economist Andy Haldane added his vote to pressure to raise [...]

21 June
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The Bank of England’s top economists today voted to hold interest rates steady, but with a reduced majority of six votes to [...]

21 June
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The government borrowed the smallest amount of money from markets in May since 2005, according to data published today, giving [...]

21 June
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No one could follow the story of Billy Caldwell, the 12-year-old boy who suffers from debilitating, potentially fatal seizures, [...]

21 June
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If you want to understand the economic debate around Brexit and participation or non-participation in the EU customs union and [...]

21 June
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Legendary housebuilder Tony Pidgley is primarily known for three things. [...]

21 June
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An influential Labour MP has demanded Big Four accountancy firm PwC answers questions over its role in auditing BHS before it [...]

20 June
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Chinese investment in the US has plummeted amid rising trade tensions, increased scrutiny from American officials and tight capital [...]

20 June
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The UK could increase wages by more than $27bn (£20.52bn) in the financial and business services sector by 2030. [...]

20 June
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