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The Confederation of British Industry (CBI), sometimes referred to as the “bosses union” claims to represent the interests of 190000 businesses in the UK, although only 1500 of that number are direct members of the organisation.
As we noted yesterday, Johnson has claimed that the chances of the UK leaving the EU without a deal are “a million to one” yet his government is actively engaged in planning for just such an eventuality.
In getting elected to the role of Conservative Party leader (and therefore PM) Boris Johnson consistently promised that the UK would leave the EU with or without a deal on 31st October 2019,
Last week marked the end of the month for these summaries. All of the major markets closed higher, partially on the prospects of a US and (eventual) EU interest rate cut.
The European Central Bank has decided to keep its interest rates on hold at its most recent meeting (Thursday), but went on to suggest that it expects rates to be on hold, or lower, until the middle of next year.
As Boris Johnson takes over as PM, he is threatening/promising to leave the EU on 31/10/19 with or without a deal “do or die”.
Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson has been elected as leader of the Conservative Party, beating his rival for the post, Jeremy Hunt with a share of 66% of the returned ballots to Hunt’s 34%.
Virtually all of the UKs major businesses and the various bodies that represent “bosses” and business owners have long warned that Brexit is bad for the economy of the UK,
Last week was a negative affair for the world’s major stock markets with all markets falling except for the FTSE which was unchanged.
The irony of Brexit is that its proponents claimed, amongst other things, that they wanted to restore sovereignty to the UK
The EU Parliament has narrowly elected the first female to lead the European Commission as its president.
The Office for National Statistics has revealed that wage growth for the year to May came in at 3.6%, making it the best increase since the Global Financial Crisis was in swing in 2008.
The rate of expansion of the Chinese economy, well, officially at least, has declined to the lowest level seen in nearly 30 years.
Last week was a mixed affair for the world’s major stock markets with markets in the USA rising on the prospect of a rate cut whilst the other majors fell back.
The astounding thing about Brexit is that politicians who support in and those in government seem to be deaf to the concerns of business and economic experts about the negative impact that it will have on the economy