U.S. manufacturers are seeing their costs jump again while their order books decline, presenting members of the Federal Reserve with an unsavoury macroeconomic mix to deliberate.

May 7,2024

The British Retail Consortium says shop prices have been "brought to heel" as the trend of disinflation continued into April, raising hopes that the Bank of England can soon cut interest rates.

April 30,2024

UK business confidence is "blooming into spring" reports the Lloyds Bank Business Barometer on the back of findings confidence remained steady for a second month at a high level.

April 30,2024

UK consumer confidence improved further in April, confirming the upward trend of the past year and boosting the odds of stronger economic growth in the coming months.

April 26,2024

Donald Trump could be the sitting U.S. President who oversees the first interest rate cut in years from the Federal Reserve.

April 25,2024

A new survey of British manufacturers reveals that companies are readying to boost output in the coming months, fueled by increasing confidence.

April 24,2024

The Bank of England's Jonathan Haskel says there is still more work to be done in order to get inflation to the 2.0% target on a sustained basis.

April 23,2024

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