Brexit doom-mongers have egg on face as economy continues to strengthen

Brexit doom-mongers have egg on face as economy continues to strengthen
 

The FTSE 100, which measures the UK’s top publicly-listed companies, hit a record high of 7,560.35 yesterday, up 5.03 points on the day.
The previous high was 7,556.24 just three weeks ago on October 12.
The stock market has been boosted by a weakened pound, helping exports and encouraging tourism, and the recent increase in the interest rate by the Bank of England.
BoE governor Mark Carney recently pushed up the bank base rate from 0.25 per cent to 0.5 per cent on Thursday.
Helped by a weaker pound the service sector, which includes tourism, has been growing rapidly over the last six... read more

 
4 November 2017 in Business, Views: 51
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