With the 2019 Spring Statement due on 13 March, and the UK currently scheduled to exit the EU at the end of March, all eyes are on the UK..
The UK economy is bumping along, we have read about construction material costs rising across the board, tightening labour availability,..
Financial markets have been rocked again recently, raising fears that we might be looking at a new financial crisis. Calmer minds have been..
News that inflation fell to zero in February for the first time since records began will have come as a pleasant surprise to many,..
By the time you read this the Chancellor will have finished his Budget speech, the small print will have been examined and the corporate..
Outside the Westminster venue of the BCSA’s National Meeting on the last day of February the Capital showed signs of the first buds of..
The start of a new year is a traditional time for a magazine to look forward, but there will be no market forecasts made in NSC’s pages..
The UK economy is clearly still struggling, but the debate is now centred on how strong the recovery is likely to be. At least recovery..
Hopefully, October’s report of an unexpected continued fall in UK economic output will be looked back on as the nadir of this great..
The search for those elusive green shoots of recovery sometimes seems to be taking on near manic proportions, with City commentators..