Bank of England chief economist Andy Haldane will today invoke doves and tigers as he warns that expectations of very low inflation in Britain could become entrenched.
Haldane likened controlling inflation to taming a tiger.
The film had its world premier on Wednesday. Some 8m people have already tuned in to see it and it has split critics down the middle, being described as “a masterpiece”, “grim”, “epic”, and “disrespectful”.
Insurance giant Legal & General (L&G) has teamed up with private equity firm Patron Capital to invest in social real estate projects as the pair seek to tap into long-term opportunities in the UK housing sector.
Insurers are failing UK Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), according to a new report by the Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
The report indicated that over one third of UK SMEs were unaware of who their insurer was.
Nigeria's finance minister yesterday proposed lowering the assumed benchmark oil price for the country’s 2015 budget to $73 per barrel from the $78 proposed in September, due to the recent sharp fall in global crude prices.
Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) and Brookfield Property Partners are close to tabling a higher takeover bid for Canary Wharf Group’s parent company, Songbird Estates, after their earlier £2.2bn offer was rejected.
Bob Geldof and Midge Ure are putting the Band (Aid) back together.
30 years after they first gathered music superstars together to raise money for famine-hit Africa, they are recreating that success to help fund the fight against Ebola.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has decided to wave goodbye to his fellow G20 summit attendees a day early, after they criticised Russia's involvement in Ukraine and threatened to impose more sanctions on Moscow.
For years, it has been ground into us by health experts that coffee is bad for our health.
But it turns out that the drink could actually help fend off certain diseases, as long as it's consumed in moderation.
We had a go at suggesting a few ways George Osborne could spend the £1.1bn windfall from the fine the Financial Conduct Authority slapped on five banks for the parts they played in the forex scandal, and now it's the turn of campaigning organisa