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Sterling reached a 10-month high against the euro following encouraging data from Britain’s vaccination program.

The pound was little changed against the dollar on Thursday and a touch lower against the euro, but traders remained

April 1, 2021
Despite the effects of Brexit, more than half of the manufacturing firms still want to trade in Europe

UK manufacturing activity grew sharply in March as business optimism hit a seven-year high and vaccine rollouts buoyed the industry,

April 1, 2021

Mounting concerns about a third wave of Covid-19 cases across the UK and Europe are adding to expectations that economies

March 24, 2021
Construction output grew at the fastest rate in six and a half years in March as a combination of delayed projects getting the go-ahead and a boost in housebuilding spurred on the industry.

UK construction activity bounced back in February as businesses gave the go ahead to projects that had been forced to

March 4, 2021
UK manufacturing activity climbed back to its highest levels since the latest lockdown began in February, new figures have shown.

UK manufacturing activity climbed back to its highest levels since the latest lockdown began in February, new figures have shown.

March 1, 2021

UK firms had a more positive February than anticipated so far, with firms eyeing growth prospects later in the year

February 19, 2021

Sentiment in stocks this week has been slowly eroded as the bullish mood that circulated on Monday has since turned

February 19, 2021

The ONS published sector figures for services, trade, construction and production output this morning. Services The Index of Services grew

February 12, 2021

Start your week informed: here are the announcements and results to look out for this week. UK GDP: A double

February 8, 2021

Construction output declined for the first time in eight months in January as lockdown measures and near-term economic concerns led

February 4, 2021
UK services activity fell to its lowest levels since last May as stricter coronavirus lockdowns battered the country's businesses.

UK services activity fell to its lowest levels since last May as stricter coronavirus lockdowns battered the country’s businesses. The IHS

February 3, 2021
Manufacturing growth slowed its lowest rate in three months in January as Covid-19 and Brexit weighed upon export orders.

Manufacturing growth slowed its lowest rate in three months in January as Covid-19 and Brexit weighed upon export orders. The

February 1, 2021

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