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Donald Trump’s pick to replace Janet Yellen as the chairman of the Federal Reserve, Jerome Powell, has secured Senate approval.
A deadline for the US Senate to pass a budget that would keep the US public sector working came and went on Friday at midnight.
Last week was a positive affair for the world’s major stock markets with only the FTSE losing ground.
Heavy industry in the UK, steel making, mining, ship building, mass car production etc was once a mainstay of the UK economy.
There has been considerable discussion in the UK about whether or not the country must leave the EU having signalled its intention to do so by issuing notice under Article 50 of the Treaty of Lisbon.
Despite crisis talks with government over the weekend, a major UK-based construction concern, Carrilion, has ceased trading with outstanding debts estimated to be £1.5 billion.
Last week was a mixed affair for the world’s major stock markets with the Dax and Nikkei slipping back.
Without a doubt, leaving the European Union and altering the vast sections of the UK statutes that are impinged upon by the UK’s 43-year membership of the bloc is the most significant event
The UK manufacturing sector contributes 19% to UK GDP, so it remains a significant activity despite the loss of heavy industry seen since the 1970s.
The World Bank expects growth to peak in 2018 at 3.1% before easing slightly next year.
In another unforeseen Brexit risk to UK businesses which will hit small to medium companies disproportionately hard, it has emerged that after the UK leaves the EU, VAT (Value Added Tax) will need to be paid upfront in accordance with new, UK legislation being prepared.
Last week was the first trading session of 2018, but many investors will have enjoyed an extended holiday. This summary looks at what happened last week and over the last year.
Uncertainty over Brexit and its wider economic consequence beyond the vehicle manufacturing industry together with consumer uncertainty over the future of diesel vehicles have combined to supress UK car sales for the first time in six years.
The Brexit dream is that the UK should unfetter itself from EU regulation and be free to forge new trade deals with the rest of the world.
The number of new mortgage approvals in the UK fell in November to its lowest level since August 2016 at 39507 according to UK Finance.