Monday, 20 November 2017

Decision time for the EU (and it’s not about Brexit)

A personal view from Ian Stewart, Deloitte’s Chief Economist in the UK. Subscribe to & view previous editions at: http://blogs.deloitte.co.uk/mondaybriefing/..

By Ian Stewart


Monday, 13 November 2017

Reports of the death of cash are greatly exaggerated

  A personal view from Ian Stewart, Deloitte’s Chief Economist in the UK. Subscribe to & view previous editions at: http://blogs.deloitte.co.uk/mondaybriefing/..

By Ian Stewart


Monday, 6 November 2017

Mr Trump’s first 12 months - Political fireworks, steady as she goes on the economy

A personal view from Ian Stewart, Deloitte’s Chief Economist in the UK. Subscribe to & view previous editions at: http://blogs.deloitte.co.uk/mondaybriefing/ This Wednesday marks the..

By Ian Stewart


Monday, 30 October 2017

Commodities make a comeback

A personal view from Ian Stewart, Deloitte’s Chief Economist in the UK. Subscribe to & view previous editions at: http://blogs.deloitte.co.uk/mondaybriefing/..

By Ian Stewart


Monday, 9 October 2017

Interest rates rises, slowly does it

In four weeks’ time the Bank of England is likely to raise UK interest rates for the first time in ten..

By Ian Stewart


Monday, 2 October 2017

The surprising decline of uncertainty

A personal view from Ian Stewart, Deloitte’s Chief Economist in the UK. Subscribe to & view previous editions at: http://blogs.deloitte.co.uk/mondaybriefing/ The..

By Ian Stewart


Monday, 11 September 2017

Don’t overdo the productivity pessimism

Economists disagree on lots of things, but on one thing at least there is a consensus. Productivity, or the efficiency..

By Ian Stewart


Monday, 4 September 2017

In case you missed it: what happened this summer

With the return to work underway here’s our summary of the key developments in the global economy and in politics..

By Ian Stewart


Tuesday, 29 August 2017

Europe's cheapest housing market - Portugal or a UK region?

UK house prices have recovered from the slump that followed the financial crisis. According to the Office of National Statistics..

By Ian Stewart