This summer inflation rates saw a steady slump, but as Brexit looms – how will this affect SMEs?
Are we headed for the worst year since the financial crisis? Experts seem to think so. Real Business takes a look at the October events that led to this alleged decision.
Scottish businesses are ramping up exports despite being bombarded by the biggest cost hikes in seven years.
Despite export figures being at an all-time high, concerns over regulation are holding businesses back.
February seemed to be the month where everyone felt the effects of Brexit, whether it was due to the depreciation of the pound or the EU citizens leaving our shores.
Andrew Sentance’s prediction came true. The PwC economic adviser maintained last month that interest rates were to rise – a matter recently confirmed by Bank of England governor Mark Carney. We take a closer look in our October 2017 economic statistics piece.
UK employees were willing to leave their roles for a ten per cent pay rise, compared to a European average of 12 per cent.
Brits will undoubtedly be looking for major change after prime minister Theresa May triggered Article 50. However, March 2017 economic statistics remind us that Brexit is a two-year affair – so we don’t have to fear any hard-hitting figures just yet.
SME costs could increase by £6.8bn as inflation is forecast to rise by 2.7 per cent this year, our February 2017 economic statistics roundup unveiled.
The first of our 2017 economic statistics unveils that growth is officially back on the table – it may slow down a tad this year courtesy of Brexit, but the Bank of England has revised its forecast to a higher number.
As our Christmas countdown continues, we've got a surprise about someone from a very well-known, fruity firm, who left the company's core before it had grown to its full potential…
Everyone expects a hike in interest rates sometime next year, but global economic and inflation worries may see then fall instead.