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Is It Time To Control Capital Flows?
Free market capitalism has faced intense criticism in recent years. Even that most basic tenet of the post-‘70s era, the free movement of capital and floating exchange rates ...
UK
23 Oct 2018
2
European CFO Survey Q3 2017 - CFOs Switch Focus To The Longer Term
Welcome to the sixth edition of the Deloitte European CFO Survey, an important initiative of the Deloitte EMEA CFO Programme.
UK
16 Nov 2017
3
Global Outlook: Interviews With Dr Frank Luntz - From Brexit And US Politics To The Power Of Communications (Video)
Our Chief Economist, Ian Stewart, interviewed Frank Luntz, one of the most honoured communication professionals in America today and dubbed by Sir David Frost as "The Nostradamus of pollsters".
Worldwide
6 Nov 2017
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Optimism Bounces - Deloitte CFO Survey: 2017 Q3 (Video)
It is the only survey of major corporate users of capital that gauges attitudes to valuations, risk and financing.
UK
3 Nov 2017
5
Optimism Bounces- Deloitte CFO Survey: 2017 Q3 (Video)
It is the only survey of major corporate users of capital that gauges attitudes to valuations, risk and financing.
UK
24 Oct 2017
6
Summer Reading List - 17/07/2017
With the holiday season almost upon us we are launching our summer reading list.
UK
26 Jul 2017
7
Post-Election Dip In UK Business Confidence
The latest Deloitte survey of UK Chief Financial Officers, released this morning, shows a fall in business optimism in the wake of the General Election on 8th June.
UK
19 Jul 2017
8
Post-Election Dip In Business Confidence - Deloitte CFO Survey: 2017 Q2 (Video)
It is the only survey of major corporate users of capital that gauges attitudes to valuations, risk and financing. It is the only survey of major corporate users of capital that gauges attitudes to valuations, risk and financing.
UK
19 Jul 2017
9
Savings Slump, Credit Booms
News last week of a collapse in the UK savings ratio and a surge in consumer borrowing suggest that the consumer party may be getting out of hand.
UK
14 Jul 2017
10
The Changing Nature Of Work
In what has been a rather lacklustre economic recovery one standout success for the UK has been job creation.
UK
4 Jul 2017
11
Whatever Happened To Austerity?
Last week a Times headline proclaimed that "Austerity is Over" in the UK. It may have been an exaggeration, but the headline captured the spirit of the time.
UK
3 Jul 2017
12
Thoughts On The UK General Election
There was no panicky sell off as we saw last year following the Brexit vote.
UK
19 Jun 2017
13
Everything You Need To Know About The General Election - Except The Result
This week's briefing provides a short General Election primer. All data, odds and polls are correct as of 7pm on Sunday 4 June.
UK
15 Jun 2017
14
European CFO Survey Q1 2017 - Recovery Continues
Welcome to the fifth edition of the Deloitte European CFO Survey, a major initiative of the Deloitte EMEA CFO Programme.
European Union
13 Jun 2017
15
Technology, Jobs And The "Gig Economy"
Last week I spoke at a debate on the effects of technology in the workplace.
UK
9 Jun 2017
16
Equity Markets Party
Equity markets seem to be partying like there's no tomorrow. After a surge in recent weeks equity markets in the US, Germany and the UK are close to all-time highs.
UK
26 May 2017
17
Localism Vs Globalisation, More Complex Than It Looks
Western politics has developed a more nationalist character in recent years. In Europe populist parties claim to champion national interest against globalisation while in the US Bernie Sanders...
UK
22 May 2017
18
On Measuring Progress
Perhaps the most fundamental task facing economists is to measure the change in human welfare over time.
UK
15 May 2017
19
The Plight Of White Working-Class America
In the wake of the financial crisis the West has witnessed a rise in radical politics of the right and left.
UK
9 May 2017
20
The UKs Productivity Puzzle
It is hard to overstate the importance of productivity in driving improvements in living standards. Since 1850, UK GDP per head has risen 20-fold, transforming our standards of living. If productivity had remained flat over that period, GDP per head would only have doubled.
UK
27 Apr 2017
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