With a last-minute deal to stop Greece falling out of the single currency almost certain to bring misery, and newspapers alleging that Germany wants to treat Greece as a bust company, The City Grump believes its high time that the UK left the not-so-unified EU.
Two Budget’s in three months, we are being spoilt. But can the business community expect much from a speech which is roundly considered to be dominated by austerity plans and welfare cuts?
A major global business organisation has cut its 2015 UK economic growth forecast because firms are scaling back on spending ahead of the general election.
Skills shortages and staff turnover continue to be an issue for businesses in Q1 2015, found recent ICAEW and Grant Thornton Confidence Monitor. After three quarters of strong growth, capital investment figures have slowed and salary growth remains muted.
Quantitative easing is a term often combined with buzzwords such as “treasuries”, “bonds”, “inflation” and “lending”, but all boils down to a couple of fairly simple principles.
2014 was a good year for businesses seeking to raise new money on public markets, whether by IPO or secondary fundraisings – but what do equity markets have in store for British businesses in 2015?
Britons might see an in-out EU referendum soon. But what would it really mean for British business if the UK exits? Here's an overview.
If you know how to manage the currency risk you can feel safe next time you trade overseas.
Some condemn the proposed referendum and the “years of uncertainty” that will follow; others back David Cameron’s EU stance.
A survey of main board directors at UK-listed midcaps shows an eagerness for acquisitions, and scepticism for the euro zone.
A tough year for business lies behind us, and Andy Yates shares his wishes for a better 2013.
Despite the celebrations of economic growth, Barry E. James points to what seems to be a long forgotten root cause of the economic meltdown; it's time to review those banking licenses.