BCC warns weak exports threaten recovery

Efforts urged to ensure ‘2014 growth is not flash in the pan’

Russians cool on luxury London homes

Proportion of high-end property bought by foreigners drops 20%

UK home loan approvals slow again

BBA report shows more cash pumped into Isas

Manufacturing shows signs of wage growth

Higher pay settlements hint at missing piece of recovery

Deloitte warns on UK political risks

Economic uncertainty leads to lower than expected growth

UK account holders flock to Swedish bank

Handelsbanken turns conventional banking ideas on their head

A costly fixation with price stability

The banking crisis hid the truth about the volatility of the past 15 years, writes Anjum Hoda

Mid-sized UK companies ignore exports

Survey hits policy makers’ plans to ‘rebalance’ economy

British workers cheaper than Spanish

Wage squeeze and weak pound lower UK labour costs

Ben Broadbent, deputy governor of the Bank of England.
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BoE admits mistake over job market growth

Deputy governor Ben Broadbent said the central bank was ‘wrong’ last year about the labour market

Price wars trigger drop in UK food spend

Overall retail sales rise for 17th consecutive month

UK borrowing still breaching target

Total for year to date rises from £35.2bn to £37bn

Q&A: What is going on with the UK’s public finances?

Despite rhetoric of austerity borrowing is higher than last year

Housebuilding at post credit-crunch high

Growth in property sales slackens

Dramas to match scenery at Jackson Hole

BoE unanimity on rates crumbles

BoE dissenters still seen as outliers

Debate is on how to reconcile soaring employment with slow wage growth

Split emerges in Threadneedle St

A rise in UK interest rates this year looks unwise

UK economic rebalancing ‘mired in chaos’

Watford a hotspot for older people in work

Government singles out several towns’ high employment rate for praise