UK inflation

UK wages rose 3.2 per cent in the year to March, slightly down from a 3.5 per cent rise in the month before, data [...]

14 May 2019

Ongoing Brexit uncertainty means the Bank of England should hold interest rates steady tomorrow, City economists [...]

1 May 2019

By Tom Bailey from interactive investor. [...]

11 March 2019

Bluetooth speakers, flavoured tea and washing gel have been added to the “basket of goods” used to calculate [...]

11 March 2019

IF YOU’RE looking for a meaningful vote of confidence tomorrow, look elsewhere than the sentiments of our 650 [...]

28 January 2019

London house prices fell in October as slowdown in the capital dragged down UK property price growth to its lowest [...]

19 December 2018

British household savings declined this month as salary growth slowed to the weakest rate in eight months, according [...]

22 October 2018

Higher oil prices are expected to cause a rebound in UK inflation, adding to expectations that the Bank of England [...]

10 June 2018

The chief executive of Morgan Stanley, James Gorman, has hit out at doom-mongering comments which billionaire [...]

31 May 2018

We often find media coverage fretting inflation’s impact on consumer spending—particularly true after UK inflation [...]

15 May 2018

Today’s UK inflation figures have been given extra spice by yesterday’s revelation from the ONS that the average [...]

18 April 2018

Has UK inflation peaked? That was the question everyone was tentatively asking on Tuesday. [...]

17 January 2018

History is replete with examples of financial bubbles, from Dutch ‘Tulipmania’ in the 1630s and the South [...]

5 July 2017

At the very end of last year, in our post Three important investment lessons to take from 2016, we noted in passing [...]

17 March 2017

European stock markets have expressed relief at the Dutch election result. [...]

16 March 2017

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