Authors: John Hawksworth, UK chief economist, and Jan Willem Velthuijsen, Eurozone chief economist The UK vote to leave the EU was a huge political and economic shock. But, three months on, the world seems to have stabilised itself surprisingly ... PriceWaterhouseCoopers India, 4 weeks ago
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In response to the latest public borrowing figures, John Hawksworth, chief economist at PwC, commented: 'Today's public borrowing figures were a bit of a cold shower for the Chancellor after the recent run of generally favourable post-referendum ...4 Traders, 5 days ago UK Manufacturing PMI Index rebounds strongly - PwC comments Business Intelligence Middle East, 1 month ago
Improving youth unemployment could add £45bn to UK GDP, a report by PwC revealed today If the UK could reduce the number of 20-24 year olds not in training or education, to match Germany, the best performing country in the OECD, it could see ...Economia, 4 hours ago PWC PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS LLP : Getting more young people into work, education or training could add £45 billion to UK GDP 4 Traders, 21 hours ago Getting more young people into work, education or training could add £45 billion to UK GDP Government Opportunities, 10 hours ago
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Improving performance could boost OECD GDP by over $1 trillion in long term Latest report from PwC economists compares participation in employment, education and training of younger people across 35 OECD countries and finds that: Europe continues to ...4 Traders, 21 hours ago Report charts success of OECD countries in developing potential of younger workers PriceWaterhouseCoopers India, 21 hours ago
The UK's public finances were in worse shape last month as the Government surprised economists by borrowing a higher-than-expected £10.6 billion. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said public sector net borrowing, excluding public sector ...MSN UK, 3 days ago Government borrowing hits £10.6bn AOL UK, 5 days ago Government borrows higher-than-expected £10.6 billion AOL UK, 5 days ago Government has borrowed £33.8bn since April Economia, 1 month ago
3.19pm BST With this, we are closing the blog for today. Thank you for all your great comments, and have a good weekend. We will be back on Monday. 3.17pm BST The eurozone consumer confidence figures from the European Commission are ...ExecReview.com, 5 days ago
Pound slides below €1.12 and $1.23 despite solid retail sales data for September. The euro gained ground against its major rivals on Thursday (20 October), after the European Central Bank (ECB) kept its benchmark interest rate unchanged at 0.0%, ...International Business Times UK, 6 days ago
Replay Video Play Pause Seek i Volume Volume Volume Mute Unmute CC SETTINGS OFF HQ HD HQ SD LO Full Screen Exit Full Screen Play Pause Volume Volume The pound was broadly unchanged on Wednesday (19 October), after hitting an eight-day high against ...MSN UK, 6 days ago
6.03pm BST European markets edge higher It was not a convincing performance, but European stock markets managed to end the day in positive territory. There was the usual nervousness - Brexit, US interest rates - with the added bonus of some ...ExecReview.com, 1 week ago UK unemployment rate sticks at 4.9% after Brexit vote, but wage growth slows as it happened ExecReview.com, 1 month ago UK labor market resilient to Brexit vote Russia Today, 1 month ago
The pound was broadly unchanged on Wednesday (19 October), after hitting an eight-day high against the dollar on Wednesday (19 October), as official figures showed Britain's labour market was yet to show any sign of weakness following the pro-Brexit ...Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 1 week ago Pound hits week-high against the dollar before retreating International Business Times UK, 1 week ago
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