Wednesday, Sep 28, 2022
×
Outlook.com
×

Uk Economy

British Pound Stabilizes, But Turmoil Still Roils UK Economy

The turmoil is already having real-world effects, with several British mortgage lenders pulling offers from the market amid expectations the Bank of England will sharply boost interest rates to offset the inflationary impact...

27 September 2022

Rishi Sunak

Rishi Sunak Pledges To Work ‘Night And Day’ For Vision As UK PM Race Enters Finale

Rishi Sunak is looking to make history as Britain’s first PM of Indian-origin and has the overwhelming support of the Indian diaspora, many of whom have already voted in his favour as Conservative Party members.


Source: Shutterstock

UK Inflation Rate Hits New 40-Year High Of 9.1%

The Office for National Statistics said Wednesday that consumer price inflation rose slightly from 9% in April, itself the highest level since 1982


Rishi Sunak Supporters Speak Out As UK Economy Spirals Under Liz Truss

Some of Sunak’s parliamentary colleagues also point out exactly that prophetic stance of Britain’s first Indian-origin contender for the top job at 10 Downing Street

27 September 2022

Source: Shutterstock

UK Economy Shows Unexpectedly Strong Growth In May

The Office for National Statistics said Wednesday that gross domestic product expanded 0.5 per cent in the month, compared with economic forecasts of about 0.1 per cent. GDP declined 0.2 per cent in April


Recession Fears Grow As UK Inflation Hits 40-Year High Of 9%

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) found that inflation, which is the rate at which prices rise, has surged from an already high 7 per cent in March

18 May 2022

Source: Shutterstock

India Surpasses UK To Become Fifth-Largest Economy In The World

While the British currency sterling underperformed against the US Dollar compared to the Rupee, Pound has slipped 8 per cent against the Indian currency this year

03 September 2022

Advertisement

UK Economic Growth Slows Amid Declines In Manufacturing

Gross domestic product increased just 0.1% from a month earlier, down from the 0.8% growth reported in January, the Office for National Statistics said Monday

11 April 2022

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement