Economics - Archive

May 2019 articles

US President Donald Trump has delayed imposing tariffs on imported cars by six months to allow for negotiations with the EU and [...]

17 May

Eurozone prices rose by 1.7 per cent in April, in line with previous forecasts, while core inflation beat expectations. [...]

17 May

The Eurozone achieved a better-than-expected trade in goods surplus in March, official statistics revealed today, in the latest [...]

16 May

The number of people remortgaging their homes with additional borrowing spiked in March, according to data released today, as [...]

16 May

Only a quarter of London businesses are aware of the improvements to the apprenticeship levy that were announced in the Spring [...]

16 May

Labour's shadow chancellor can be quite charming when he wants to be. [...]

15 May

US industrial production unexpectedly fell for the third time in four months in news that will displease the Trump administration [...]

15 May

Growth in the Eurozone and European Union picked up in the first quarter of the year after a rough patch, with the UK showing [...]

15 May

The headline in the Sunday Times was stark: “Rich prepare to flee Corbyn’s Britain as Tories desert PM”. [...]

15 May

The appearance of Liverpool and Spurs in the Champions League final and Arsenal and Chelsea in the Europa Cup one has generated [...]

15 May

UK wages rose 3.2 per cent in the year to March, slightly down from a 3.5 per cent rise in the month before, data showed today [...]

14 May

With the world’s largest General Election now fully underway, more and more people are expressing concern of a national impasse [...]

14 May

London has been far more economically productive than the rest of the country over the last two decades while earnings in the [...]

14 May

Economists have said US President Donald Trump’s argument that American consumers will not face higher prices after tariff [...]

13 May

US markets have followed their European counterparts sharply downwards after the bell, following China's announcement of retaliatory [...]

13 May