Finally the Monetary Policy Committee has split over interest rates, with two members voting for a rise.
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The surprise fall in inflation is good news for cash-strapped workers.
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As Wall Street banks start drawing up plans to move to Ireland, the Tories should beware - this is only the beginning.
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In the second quarter of this year, GDP was 3.2% higher than during the same period last year. Party popper, anyone?
As home-hunters flee the capital for commuter country, overheated property prices are finally starting to cool off.
The government has decided to hold off selling its remaining stake in Lloyds until 2015. Because of, ahem, market volatility.
Sacré bleu. Ach nein. The spectre of the Eurozone crisis is still looming large as its biggest economies continue to linger in the doldrums.
Mark Carney's quarterly inflation report highlighted weak wage growth as its main concern - although growth is still strong.
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