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U.K. Manufacturing

Investment plans of manufacturing firms are being put on hold due to the volatility caused by Brexit with loans for the purchase of new equipment remaining low to shore up cash reserves instead. According to research conducted by EEF, the engineering...

By Kim Irwin on Nov 7th, 2016
Mark Carney

Prime Minister Theresa May has said that Mark Carney is still the best choice of governor at the Bank of England and she supports his role until 2021. The remarks came as Carney is being forced to clarify his intentions on whether he wishes...

By John Shepherd on Oct 31st, 2016
Martin Sorrell

WPP, the advertising company owned by Sir Martin Sorell, reported slow growth in sales in Britain as the first signs of the “Brexit anxiety” begins to show and affect businesses. The conglomerate, which owns advertising agencies like Ogilvy...

By Laura Parrish on Oct 31st, 2016
WTO

The World Trade Organization Director-General Roberto Azevedo said that Britain’s move to exit the European Union was not “anti-trade” and that the flow of goods between the UK and EU will not grind to a halt during and after negotiations...

By Warren Smith on Oct 26th, 2016
London

The U.K.’s economy is now expected to grow at a faster pace than was originally predicted prior to the referendum. According to independent forecasts compiled by the U.K. Treasury, economists are predicting the country will perform significantly...

By Laura Parrish on Oct 22nd, 2016
Standard & Poors

The ratings agency said just one months data cannot be used as an indicator for the “cloudy longer-term outlook”. Standard & Poor’s ratings agency noted on Monday that the U.K’s appearance of a post-Brexit bounce may...

By Kate Ayers on Sep 12th, 2016
Mario Draghi

Draghi also stated that it had lowered its growth forecast of the eurozone. European Central Bank President Mario Draghi announced on Thursday that the ECB was looking into pushing through with its money-printing program to counter a slowdown...

By Terry Fitzroy on Sep 8th, 2016
EU UK Flag

Concerns over Brexit and Italian banks are thought to have pushed down sentiment in the region. Economic sentiment for the Eurozone and its 19 member countries sharing the euro went down in August, pulling the region down to its lowest level...

By Laura Parrish on Aug 30th, 2016
EU / US Flags

The TTIP is a free trade negotiation between the United States and the European Union. The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, also known as TTIP, progressed very little, prompting Germany’s Vice-Chancellor and Economy Minister...

By Laura Parrish on Aug 28th, 2016
New York Property

Investors have lost confidence in London due to uncertainty surrounding the Brexit vote. New York has replaced London as the world’s leading destination for foreign investment in commercial real estate after fears of the British capital’s...

By Laura Parrish on Aug 19th, 2016