The three-day buying streak last week offered some optimism that maybe the worst was over for the stock market, but my technical analysis of the charts indicates otherwise.
Summary: The latest public sector finances were released this morning, so the Economic Research Council decided to update its chart from this time last year showing historical UK government debt going back to 1855 (this time in 2013 prices).
Strong growth reported in orders and jobs
Business optimism among manufacturers saw its sharpest improvement since 1973, on the back of strong growth in orders at home and abroad. That’s according to the latest CBI quarterly Industrial Trends Survey.
The UK Government have just introduced new rules in April which will affect all defined contribution pensions as well as final salary pensions in the years to come.
The British public have changed their attitude to the way they shop, with the increasing use of voucher code sites, and people feeling less embarrassed about hunting for a bargain.
Campaigners from the World Development Movement will protest at Barclays’ AGM on Thursday 24 April, accusing the bank of fuelling climate change and destroying people’s lives and the environment by financing the global coal industry.
In March 2014 alone, 1,479,775 GM vehicles were recalled in three separate recalls, according to the
Despite positive news on the UK economy, the continuing culture of late payment remains a concern for many small businesses according to the latest research from the national small business group, the Forum of Private Business.
The UK’s ‘Big 6′ energy companies are losing customers to their smaller rivals at such a rate that they will control less than 50% of the residential market in 2019, according to UKPower.co.uk.
Thousands of young people are jetting abroad in search of adventure amid serious concerns over the state of the British jobs market.
Among those aged 18 to 30 going overseas to work, 43 per cent say they are seeking adventure
UKIP has launched a massive national billboard poster campaign in advance of the European parliamentary elections on May 22.
The campaign has been funded by Yorkshire businessman Paul Sykes
Taxand T3 (Total Tax Take) research conducted by Taxand, the world’s largest independent organisation of tax advisors to multinational businesses, has shown that the UK is one of the cheapest countries for investors involved in the development and sale of residential property, when considering the total tax take.