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The number of Tube journeys rose five per cent last week as more and more people continued to head back to workplaces, shopping districts and hospitality venues.

A rather strange thing happened yesterday after US CPI hit its highest levels since 2008 at 5 per cent and

June 11, 2021
Business activity in the UK expanded at its fastest rate since 1998 in May as the economy raced out of lockdown, new data today showed.

It sometimes feels as there is little more to be said about the outlook for inflation, such has been the

May 25, 2021
eu short-selling coronavirus

Crypto currencies have gone into full blown meltdown with Ethereum falling 40 per cent at one point today, while Bitcoin prices have slumped

May 19, 2021
Aerial Views Of London As England Starts Second Lockdown

UK inflation more than doubled to 1.5 per cent in April, up from 0.7 per cent in March, the Office

May 19, 2021
Andrew Bailey Takes Over As Bank Of England Governor

Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey reckons factors pushing up inflation in the coming months will not persist, but nevertheless

May 13, 2021

London’s FTSE 100 is on course for its worst day in three weeks this afternoon amid inflation concerns. Inflation has

May 12, 2021

London ranks ninth on free event hosted by US Federal Reserve’s balance sheet has breached $7 trillion, which is comparable

May 11, 2021
Rail fares rose above inflation this year

The UK’s Consumer Prices Index (CPI) rose to 0.7 per cent in March, from 0.4 per cent in February, official

April 21, 2021
Markets React To UK Government Proroguing Parliament

Some of the biggest banks are set to report earnings this week, with JPMorgan, Wells Fargo and Goldman Sachs all

April 12, 2021

Market sentiment is mixed this Friday morning. The Powell boost did not last long on the US equities which returned

March 19, 2021
Boris Johnson Announces Third National Coronavirus Lockdown

The Bank of England is expected to focus on inflation when it publishes its latest monetary policy decisions at noon,

March 18, 2021

European stock markets had a dull session yesterday as traders played it safe ahead of the closely-watched Fed update. Rates

March 18, 2021

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