Bank of England

Online clothes purchases and warm weather helped UK retail sales beat economists' expectations in April, official [...]

24 May 2019

The UK’s core inflation rate climbed to 2.1 per cent in April, as rising energy costs pushed up by the higher [...]

22 May 2019

Sterling has fallen below $1.27 for the first time since the beginning of the year as Brexit fears intensify. [...]

21 May 2019

Britain's financial regulations should be just as strict following Brexit, but more power should be handed to [...]

16 May 2019

The cyber security industry is failing businesses. Cyber criminals are constantly evolving and evading the market’s [...]

16 May 2019

The Bank of England has called for a “collective solution” to tackle cyber security threats similar to the [...]

14 May 2019

The more we learn about what other people earn, the more concern there is about it. [...]

10 May 2019

Faced with some major non-Brexit challenges of their own, the leaders of the EU27 and the heads of the EU’s [...]

10 May 2019

Experts from the Bank of England will be sent to 30 countries to help improve financial regulations for emerging [...]

9 May 2019

Despite the best efforts of a few valiant voices, the City (and its interests) received a shameful lack of attention [...]

8 May 2019

Consumer spending growth slowed in April but was boosted by last month’s sunshine, resulting in double-digit [...]

8 May 2019

Did you enjoy your day off yesterday? Nice, wasn’t it, coming so soon after the extended Easter break? Plus [...]

7 May 2019

Increasing numbers of underperforming “zombie firms” are acting as a drag on the UK economy and raising the [...]

6 May 2019

Cash machines will be protected by a new government-led committee, Philip Hammond will announce today as he unveils [...]

3 May 2019

The Bank of England once again voted to keep interest rates on hold today, as it painted a picture of an economy [...]

2 May 2019

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