48. Weekly Newsletter

EU Exit Negotiations Ursula von der Leyen has revealed an increase in the pace of negotiations over recent days; this comes as ‘face-to-face’ negotiations were suspended, and moved online, on Thursday after a member of the ...

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47. Weekly Newsletter

British Advertising The UK’s popular commercialised Christmas season has already begun with a forecasted £6.2bn advertising extravaganza expected during this quarter. However, this represents a 10.5% fall in expenditure compared to last year and depicts dramatic ...

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46. Weekly Newsletter

UK COVID Outlook From the 7thof November travelling to and from Sweden will now require self-isolation upon your entry into the UK. This comes as UK COVID case stop 1.2m with the official death toll just ...

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41. Weekly Newsletter

Weekly Newsletter on UK Developments: Week 41 UK’s Pandemic Economy The UK economy is 21.8% smaller than it was at the end of 2019 and unemployment has risen to 4.1% (highest level in 2 years). In comparison, ...

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40. Weekly Newsletter

Weekly Newsletter on UK Developments: Week 40 UK Position The UK Government is heavily focused upon trying to contain the spread of the virus and is widely believed to be heading further towards a second national lockdown. ...

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Coronavirus, markets and behavioural finance

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, global markets continue to face several uncertainties. Markets seem to have been comforted by massive stimulus programmes; which have been larger than we’ve ever seen before. Despite strong ...

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Coronavirus: Cyber Aware

Many of us are spending more time online, because of the coronavirus pandemic. Keep yourself and your family secure by following advice made available by the UK government. 'Cyber Aware' is the National Cyber Security ...

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Summary from the Macroeconomic Update on 15 April

The trend in daily reports of deaths seem to have peaked in Europe, and markets seem to have followed these developments. Nick Mannion believes that the lack of bad news have probably helped the public ...

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Summary from the Macroeconomic Update on 6 April

The outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) has led to a service sector shock with a severe and immediate shakeout of the labor market. The policy response has been fast and aggressive, with a significant fiscal ...

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In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Swedish and British government have issued a set of policy measures to support businesses

The virus outbreak has had a serious impact on economic growth, with consequences both for the British and Swedish economy. The outbreak has caused an unprecedented situation of a simultaneous supply and demand shock with ...

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