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How the child-care lump-sum payments could affect the economy — and your family's budget

How the child-care lump-sum payments could affect the economy ...

Conservative MPs were out Monday promoting this week's $3-billion lump-sum payments from the enhanced universal child-care benefit, which the government says will help families and stimulate the economy without negatively affecting the projected ... CBC, 1 week ago

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Philippines budget surplus dims growth outlook

MANILA: The Philippines ran a 86.4 billion pesos ($1.91 billion) budget suplus in the first five months of 2015, more than ten times higher than a year ago, the Department of Finance said on Monday, hurting chances of faster second quarter economic ...
 The Gulf Today1 week ago Michelangelo Osborne's summer Budget sparks optimism  Taxation3 weeks ago Experts' Reactions to the Summer Budget  Morningstar UK3 weeks ago Liveblog: Summer budget 2015  Progress Labour's Progressives3 weeks ago

UK Staffing Industry reacts to the Budget

Daily News View All News 09 July 2015 Chancellor George Osborne yesterday outlined the Conservative government's Summer Budget 2015. His reforms on tax, welfare, and the introduction of a National Living Wage mean that businesses will have ...
 Staffing Industry Analysts3 weeks ago U.K. Budget 2015:Updates and Insight  Bloomberg3 weeks ago Budget: Buy-to-let under fire  Shares Magazine3 weeks ago Budget 2015 reaction from the IoD  Director3 weeks ago

Living Wage 'will attract more migrants to UK'

The introduction of a higher minimum wage will encourage more EU migrants to come to Britain to work, leading economists have said. The Office for Budget Responsibility has already revised up its net migration projection for the coming years to ...
 PoliticsHome3 weeks ago Why the National Living Wage is bad news for young people  The National Student3 weeks ago Work Foundation - Introduction of a National Living Wage is a bold intervention  Wired-GOV3 weeks ago Is the Budget a blow to rural families?  Farming UK3 weeks ago

Widodo to Switch Off Middle Class Power Subsidy in Budget Reform

Having watched his economic reform momentum falter in recent months, Indonesian President Joko Widodo is resurrecting his biggest policy success by cutting more subsidies. That will test his support with voters. The government is proposing to ...
 Bloomberg1 month ago Widodo to switch off middle-class power subsidy in budget reform  Philippine Department of Energy1 month ago

Somewhere over the rainbow there may be something called a budget surplus

Finally eradicating the UK deficit is going to be tough, not because the cuts can't be made, but because the economic forecasts look far too optimistic One of the oddest stories on the economics beat over the past week was the recommendation from ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 month ago
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IMF economists say some countries can...

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Some countries with high public debt levels might be able to "just live with it," because cutting back carries its own risks, three IMF officials said in a paper that disputes decades of dogma about the benefits of austerity. ...
 The Fiscal Times1 month ago

McIntosh's update on UK property

The future of economic policy and property markets are not influenced as much by votes, or the recent Budget, as by global events. With this in mind, there are significant geo-political risks in 2015 and into 2016, which will impact on both ...
 CoStar Uk2 weeks ago
University of York

York economist welcomes Budget low pay move

A University of York economist who helped to write a report which called on the Government to undertake major reform of the minimum wage has welcomed the news that the Chancellor George Osborne is acting on many of its findings. Professor Karen ...
 University of York3 weeks ago

Summer budget cuts welfare and raises minimum wage

Wed, 08/07/2015 - 15:47 Fund Links Neil Williams, Group Chief Economist at Hermes Investment Management comments on the UK's Summer Budget that, with it coming at a politically advantageous time at the start of the term, it was designed to correct ...
 Wealth Adviser3 weeks ago Hermes economist says potential Brexit may drive BofE to reactivate QE  Wealth Adviser1 month ago
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