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UK public inflation expectations edge lower - Citi/YouGov


LONDON British public inflation expectations for the next 12 months fell this month for the first time since June's vote to leave the European Union, a monthly survey for U.S. bank Citi showed on Friday.


Bank of England's Forbes sees no case for further rate cut 23 Sep 2016

LONDON Bank of England policymaker Kristin Forbes said she did not see a case for a further interest rate cut to help Britain's economy after June's vote to leave the European Union, putting her at odds with the majority of her fellow rate-setters.


Carney's choice - stay for Brexit or seek new role in 2018? 23 Sep 2016

LONDON Mark Carney has been taking the big decisions for Britain's economy for the past three years, but his next one will be much more personal.


UK manufacturing expands strongly in September - CBI 22 Sep 2016

LONDON, - British manufacturing grew strongly in September and orders flowed in at an above-average rate, adding to signs the economy has avoided an immediate hit from June's Brexit vote, an industry survey showed on Thursday.


Bank of England says UK faces 'challenging period' for financial stability 22 Sep 2016

LONDON Britain still faces a "challenging period" for financial stability despite resilience seen after the European Union referendum, and rules for banks must remain tight, the Bank of England said on Thursday.


Bank of England sees Brexit impact on jobs and investment 21 Sep 2016

LONDON British investment and employment are likely to be flat over the coming year because of the June vote to leave the European Union, according to a Bank of England survey of businesses that leaves it on track to cut interest rates again this year.


UK households' view on finances unchanged after Brexit shock 21 Sep 2016

LONDON British households' expectations about their personal finances held steady in September, a survey showed on Wednesday, another sign that consumers so far have been largely unperturbed by the country's vote to leave the European Union.


UK public finances in August leave Hammond little room for Brexit budget boost 21 Sep 2016

LONDON, Britain's public finances showed a slightly bigger-than-expected deficit in August, leaving Chancellor Philip Hammond little room for manoeuvre as he prepares his first post-Brexit vote budget plans.

Property valuers drop Brexit clauses from most contracts as markets steady 23 Sep 2016

Five big property services firms are dropping Brexit uncertainty clauses from their valuation reports for most UK assets as market conditions steady after a sharp drop immediately after Britain's vote in June to leave the EU.


Firms still hiring but Brexit worries dent confidence - survey 21 Sep 2016

LONDON British employers plan to hire more staff to meet demand but confidence about future investment and hiring has deteriorated because of worries about the impact of Britain's exit from the European Union, a survey by a recruitment body showed.

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