Britons are buying and selling houses less frequently than they once did.
Clarity, please; let’s have some clarity.
Whichever one you choose, you’re going to get very dizzy.
Most economists concur that ending Britain’s huge under-investment would be one of the best moves.
A transitional arrangement is imperative.
It’s all kicking off at the Bank of England.
This is all too much too soon. Back in May, I wrote that it would be foolhardy to raise rates. My view hasn’t changed against the backdrop of a volatile economy, uncertainty around Brexit negotiations and a hung parliament.
A hard Brexit is looking less and less likely.
Plans are well under way for a migration of City jobs. But what of the other consequences of Brexit?