In a speech at Imperial College Business School, Deputy Governor Ben Broadbent explores the economics of deflation. He explains what the theoretical risks are, how the MPC could respond
A new report, released today by TheCityUK, reveals that the UK continues to consolidate its important role as a truly international, world leading financial centre – but sends a clear message to the next government
David Cameron's surprise announcement that he won't serve a third term left political punters unimpressed, according to Ladbrokes.
The annual rate of the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) hit zero percent in February 2015 according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Up to half a million people could be hit by the “mismanaged and rushed” roll-out of the government’s landmark pension reforms, and scammers are waiting to cash in, warns the boss of one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory organisations.
Chris Cummings, Chief Executive, TheCityUK, comments on the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s 2015 Budget statement
With the annual UK Budget due this afternoon, we've updated our yearly chart showing the central government finances per person.
The lifetime allowance cut announced in today’s Budget has been slammed as “a cap on aspiration,” and as “a catalyst for people to move their British pensions out of the UK.”
David Cameron’s pre-election pledge to keep mortgage rates low will strike a chord with mortgage-holding voters, but is it a promise he can keep?
Ahead of tomorrow’s Budget, Towers Watson comments on reports that the Lifetime Allowance for pension savings could be reduced to £1 million.
George Osborne is expected to announce a new investment allowance for North Sea oil producers in the UK budget tomorrow, in his attempt to rescue the struggling industry which is still reeling from the recent price volatility of crude oil.