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Higher interest rates: How will you prepare?...

With the UK economy improving the need for supportive monetary policy from the Bank of England in terms of quantitative easing (QE) and a 0.5% base is diminishing rapidly. The short-term outlook for interest rates is now a matter of great debate, with many analysts expecting a rise in...

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20th May 2013: Labour Market Round-up...

The run of healthy labour market data, defying virtual stagnation in GDP and public sector job cuts in the past year, stalled in early 2013. The combination of job losses and extremely weak earnings growth will keep household incomes under pressure. However, conditions should improve later this year, buoyed...

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Experian economics foresight – UK GDP contracted...

Global to local forecasting, specialist analysis of the credit, retail and construction markets, insight into the impact of economic change on consumers and...

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The Chancellor’s Autumn Statement 2012...

The Chancellor again faced a challenging background in presenting his Autumn Statement today as a stagnant economy over the past year shifted his deficit reduction strategy further off course. Missed targets meant that, as in last year’s Statement, the austerity programme has been extended to allow room for manoeuvre...

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