Monthly Archive:: June 2017

Carney fuels consumer loans spree by banks

A boom in cheap loans provided by the Bank of England is fuelling Britain’s consumer debt bubble, The Sunday Times can reveal. Please follow and like us:
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World Bank forecasts 4 per cent rise in global trade

Global trade will defy fears of protectionism in America to grow at its fastest pace this year since 2014, according to World Bank forecasts. Having slowed for two years, global trade volumes are expected to rise 4 per cent this year. The world economy is forecast to expand by 2.7 per cent, up from 2.4 […]
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Ireland in dark over impact of EU tax plans

The European Commission must conduct an impact assessment on the implications of its corporate tax proposals before it proceeds to the next legislative stage, Brian Hayes has said. Please follow and like us:
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