As the debate over leaving the EU rages on, we take a look at the pros and cons of the Brexit on the UK economy.
Osborne hailed the 2016 budget as “a budget for the next generation”. Has he shortened that from the longer “a budget for the next generation to pay for”?
Inspired by “Back To The Future Day” a few days back, we look at how technology has changed our relationship with money over the past 30 years!
The Greek economic crisis isn’t over. While some hope that a longer term deal is reached, many fear, no matter what, that the Greek economy won’t cope.
The UK current account balance deficit as a percentage of GDP is at its highest since 1989. Could the current account balance deficit harm the economy?
Let’s tackle our second round of groups to understand how the the past 25 years of UK financial data has treated each of us…
Ever found yourself talking of “hard times” or reminiscing of “the good old days”? Let’s look how kind the past 25 years have been for 8 different groups.
How does inflation impact me? You may know that inflation has an impact on wages, investments and spending power. However, you can benefit from inflation!
The second in a series of articles exploring the 2013 UK National Accounts brings you real household disposable income data. Are we all getting richer?
Household Savings Rate – The 2013 National Quarterly Accounts have been released by the ONS and the Household Savings Rate does not make pretty reading…
2013 UK unemployment rates have been released by the ONS. The national unemployment rate has fallen to 7.2%. However, the regions are showing varied data.
Is the Eurozone crisis over? Reports in the mainstream media seem to have subsided somewhat. But, rest assured, the Eurozone crisis is far from being over!
Christmas Retail Sales 2013 Retail figures for December 2013 were released by the Office for National Statistics on Friday (17th January 2014). The press have reported in their usual sensational way: UK retail sales surge over Christmas – FT UK Retail Sales Jump in Crucial Christmas Period – abcnews UK Retail Sales Beat Forecasts With…
UK unemployment – is it something to worry about? UK Unemployment seems to be a substantial issue. Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England, is focusing his monetary policy largely upon unemployment. The papers are issuing headlines such as “Unemployment crisis warning” and “Unemployment: Britain in crisis”. But, compared to Europe and compared…