BoE keeps rates low and injects more QE into the economy »

After July’s meeting on Thursday, the BoE announced historically low interest rates would be held at just 0.5% and that they would be Read more…

Pressure on Greece mounting from all directions »

The German interior minister, Hans-Peter Friedrich, has said that Germany is actually prepared to come to the aid of Greece but only if Read more…

Long-term effects of QE still a mystery
2 Mar
2012
Written by Sam Allcock

Long-term effects of QE still a mystery »

Economy
73

While many bankers and economists feel that another round of quantitative easing is needed to help kick-start the economy, one leading banker in Read more…

Leading economists urging Chancellor to change strategies
30 Oct
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

Leading economists urging Chancellor to change strategies »

Economy
63

According to 100 of the UK’s leading economists, Chancellor Osborne should take drastic measures immediately in order to avoid another recession. They are Read more…

Eurozone being called epicentre of global financial turmoil
11 Oct
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

Eurozone being called epicentre of global financial turmoil »

Economy
71

Chancellor Osborne has asked that leaders in Europe become decisive in their plan of action over the debt crisis that has been building Read more…

BoE stands ready for next round of QE as borrowing tops records
22 Sep
2011
Written by Sam Allcock

BoE stands ready for next round of QE as borrowing tops records »

Economy
56

According to the latest statistics, government hit a record high for August borrowing due to an increase in spending. Public finances are now Read more…