The Bank of England headquarters at Threadneedle Street, London
Published: Thursday 04 August, 2016 / Economy Updated: Tuesday 09 August, 2016

In light of worsening economic conditions following Brexit, the Bank of England has cut interest rates by 0.25%.

The Bank of England headquarters at Threadneedle Street
Published: Friday 01 July, 2016 / Economy

The Governor of the Bank of England has hinted at a need for looser monetary policy in the wake of the vote to withdraw from the European Union.

EU flags flying outside the Berlaymont building, Brussels
Published: Friday 24 June, 2016 / Economy

The ‘leave’ campaign has claimed a narrow victory in the referendum to decide the UK’s membership of the EU. Find out how ‘Brexit’ could affect the economy, housing market and private rental sector in the coming months and years.

A picture of three toy houses on different size stacks of coins
Published: Wednesday 02 September, 2015 / Economy

Financial turmoil in China has impacted markets across the globe. Find out what impact this could have on the UK’s buy to let sector.

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Published: Tuesday 14 July, 2015 / Economy

Mark Carney has indicated that the time for a rise in interest rates is moving closer, whilst the ONS has reported a fall back to 0% inflation in June.

Houses of Parliament
Published: Wednesday 08 July, 2015 / Economy

George Osborne has announced the restriction of tax relief for buy-to-let landlords as part of the government’s deficit reduction plans for the coming year.

The Bank of England headquarters, Threadneedle Street
Published: Tuesday 19 May, 2015 / Economy

The UK has experienced its first period of deflation since March 1960, but officials insist that this is not a sign of things to come.

Stacks of pound coins on a British bank note
Published: Tuesday 24 March, 2015 / Economy

The latest figures from the ONS show that consumer price inflation fell to 0.0%, its lowest level on record, in February.