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Few people in Britain draw as much scorn than landlords. It’s easy to understand why. Young people shackled to renting see landlords as a barrier to their homeownership dreams. Particularly in London, renters hate handing over a huge share of their monthly wage to property investors. Doing so stops them from using their cash [...]
With inflation coming down to 6.8 per cent in July, this means that households are seeing a boost in real income for the first time in nearly a year. But the Bank of England will be nervous.
A stinging report has left the Bank of England in the spotlight - again. We asked the best and brightest how to turn the Old Lady around.
The Bank of England's Chief Economist Huw Pill has warned inflation is not being slowed by a slowing UK economy
Four members of the Bank's MPC agreed that there were clear risks that inflation could remain elevated despite the sharp fall in October.
Economists think rates are at their peak after the Bank of England decided to leave rates unchanged for the first time in nearly two years.
The labour market is beginning to slow down as rising interest rates take their toll on hiring activity, new data out today shows.
The Bank of England needs to face more Parliamentary scrutiny and have its remit "pruned" to ensure that independence works as effectively as possible, a new report argues.
Firms in the UK and the EU have not been using the cover of inflation to gouge their customers, new research from the Bank of England suggests.
Insurance firms will be subject to "dynamic" stress tests from 2025 as the regulator seeks to ensure the sector remains financially secure in the face of major regulatory changes.
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