Weaker pound boosts exports but firms in England and Wales see another steep rise in import costs



Firms in England and Wales reported a rise in output last month due to growth in new orders and employment.
The weaker pound in the wake of the EU referendum has made UK goods cheaper but firms are feeling the impact of higher import costs, figures from the latest Lloyds Bank Regional Purchasing Managers’ Index show.
The survey measured the value of goods and services produced during September against the figures from the previous month.
A reading above 50 signifies growth – England’s PMI was 54 in September, its highest reading since January.
However, the pound's weakness contributed to... read more

 
10 October 2016 in Business, Views: 46
Source: Daily Mail
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