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What did the Chancellor reveal in his 2018 Budget, billed as the beginning of the end of austerity. The highlights for corporates are here.
Listen to reaction to the Budget, as well as our latest views on the world economy in this regular podcast.
The report explores the implications of Brexit for cash management and FX, and suggests some practical actions that treasurers can take to help their organisations manage their Brexit-related risks.
What do major changes in the global trading environment mean for CFOs and corporate treasurers?
As the climax of Brexit negotiations approaches, our article helps cut through the political noise to explain the key points that have been agreed.
Predictions about the coming months, with some potential surprises ahead.
Craig Martin, Senior Executive Advisor of the NeuGroup, discusses the bear market’s implications for treasurers.
Following a series of major Brexit speeches, it’s the Chancellor’s turn in the spotlight with his Spring Statement.
Hard facts: what the government, Labour and the EU agree on.
Find out what the Autumn Budget means for the UK economy as well as your business.
The Bank of England has announced the first rate rise in over a decade. What does this really mean for corporates and what might the future hold for UK interest rates?
Over the past 10 years, treasury’s role in organizations continues to be more strategic, with treasurers and their departments taking on additional responsibilities.
The clock is ticking. This week, even as the tremors from the startling General Election result continue to resonate, formal negotiations on Britain’s exit from the EU are launching on schedule.
With the recent election resulting in a hung parliament, see our analysis of the Queen's speech at the State Opening of Parliament, and what this means for businesses like yours.
While Article 50 is triggered, it is time for UK businesses to form new relationships with European partners – and the world.
The Bank of England continues its overhaul of the UK currency with the launch of an updated and more secure £1 coin.
Whether it is a national referendum like Brexit, a terrorist attack, or a currency devaluation, the consequences of geopolitical risk are extensive.
As President Trump’s first month in office drew to a close, businesses and investors have been encouraged by a surprisingly bright outlook for the US economy.
Barclays research reveals British business ‘steady as she goes’ in wake of EU referendum result, with uncertainty around Brexit the clearest risk to the economy.
Donald Trump’s victory to the 45th US president was a result that confounded expectations worldwide, even those of the Trump campaign itself. We consider what a Trump administration could mean for the global economy and political landscape, over the coming years.
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