double-dip recession

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BCC backs Bank of England plans to keep interest rates low

The British Chambers of Commerce are backing the Bank of England’s plans to keep interest rates low, in an effort to avoid setting back the UK’s economy and adversley affecting growth. Continue reading

Half of small business owners voting for Tory government

According to a recent poll, 50% of small business owners are planning to vote for a Conservative Government. With the General Election due tomorrow many are living in hope that a Hung Parliament will be avoided. Continue reading

Will the next UK government be up to the job?

The next UK government will have a lot to do to fix the economy with unemployment sky-rocketing and GDP dropping… Continue reading

UK economy still afloat, and growing

According to a recent report by the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), the UK economy has managed to avoid slipping back into a “double-dip” recession in the first quarter of 2010. Continue reading

Small business to lead UK into economic recovery

The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) have warned that recovery is likely to be much slower than had previously been anticipated. Continue reading

Bank of England calls an end to Quantitative Easing

Today the Bank of England announced a halt to its quantitative easing (QE) scheme, much to the relief of city analysts, who believe that the rise in inflation is one of the main contributors to the bank’s decision to halt the programme. Continue reading