“Whatever it takes”
Less than a week after the Budget, Chancellor the Exchequer Rishi Sunak revealed a package of measures designed to help the UK economy withstand the financial impact of the coronavirus.
18th Mar 2020
The Week: What markets really, really want...
Markets have their fiscal and monetary stimulus, but still they’re not happy. What would it take to improve market sentiment?
12th Mar 2020
Spring Statement 2019: Brexit deal holds the key
Having signalled an end to austerity in the Budget of October 2018, Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond struck a slightly more restrained tone in the Spring Statement of March 2019.
14th Mar 2019
The Week: Why was the budget so boring?
The 2018 Budget was boring, even by the standard of recent budgets, but the constraints of Brexit make it difficult to implement any radical ideas
1st Nov 2018
The Chancellor hands out short-term Halloween treats for government departments, but the spectre of Brexit still looms large, says Schroders Senior European Economist, Azad Zangana
30th Oct 2018
Budget 2018: the end of austerity?
The era of austerity is coming to an end, according to Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond. Government spending is set to pick up, boosted by a better-than-expected outlook for economic growth...
Tue, 2nd, Feb
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