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By Craig Evans | 605 reads
Booming car industry bolsters the UK’s economy
Britain’s car industry is experiencing a resurgence, with car production levels accelerating to a 17-year high at the close of 2016.
By Colin Sanders | 126 reads
Luxury car sales reflect growing attractiveness of cyclical investments
After a challenging year in 2015, luxury vehicles were back in demand. Does this presage a market rotation from defensive to cyclical stocks?
By Colin Sanders | 36 reads
Manufacturing continues to bolster UK economy with a strong end to 2016
Unexpected growth in manufacturing output helps shore up the UK’s economy
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By Alice Payne | 35 reads
Corporate insolvencies continue to fall – for now
Corporate insolvency levels have been decreasing in light of a recovered economy – but will this trend prevail?
By Will Aitkenhead | 15 reads
Brazil’s credit rating at risk – is it the next country to face economic turmoil?
Standard and Poor has warned that Brazil’s investment grade rating could be at risk due to political infighting and falling growth.
By Alice Payne | 25 reads
The Catch-22 of Puerto Rico’s bankruptcy appeal
Puerto Rico’s economy is facing serious difficulty due to its vast debt burden. Without permission to enter bankruptcy, can it recover?
By Zahra Saeed | 33 reads
Apple Pay is here: how will it impact UK commerce?
The groundbreaking payment system from Apple has arrived in the UK. How will it change the retail landscape?
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By Zahra Saeed | 6 reads
UK CFOs more willing to take risks
A survey taken in the third quarter of 2014 has revealed that risk appetite has reached a seven-year high among chief financial officers (CFOs).
By Nick Driver | 21 reads
EU audit reform could hurt businesses
Changes to the audit market are due to take effect in 2016, and a lack of service provider choice has the potential to harm firms.
By Nick Driver | 7 reads
Bank of England credit survey shows a growing demand for finance
An increase in the demand for funds suggests credit ratings are recovering, but not all businesses are pursuing cash, as the UK’s central bank reports