Month: March 2023

two boys playing chess, one has just won the game and is celebrating All the winners and losers from the 2023 spring Budget

Just six months ago, Kwasi Kwarteng stood up in the House of Commons and delivered his controversial “mini-Budget”. The announcements ultimately brought down the short-lived Truss administration, with current chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, announcing a series of policy measures in November 2022 aimed at calming the markets. Having taken “difficult decisions to deliver stability and sound

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British chancellor of the Exchequer, Jeremy Hunt, arriving for a Cabinet meeting Your spring Budget update – the key news from the chancellor’s statement

On Wednesday 15 March 2023, chancellor Jeremy Hunt presented his spring Budget. Focusing on the government’s aims to halve inflation, reduce public debt, and boost economic growth, Hunt delivered his first official Budget alongside the latest economic and fiscal outlook from the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR). “Despite continuing global instability, the OBR report today

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Financial stock market graph on an abstract background. Investment market update: February 2023

Statistics suggest that some of the pressures facing economies, such as high inflation and recession concerns, are starting to ease. However, there is still a risk that economies could fall into a recession in 2023. Read on to find out what influenced the markets in February 2023.  As an investor, remember to focus on your

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