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Reuters
Election result adds to Northern Territory gas uncertaintyand sand into the ground to release oil and gas - until its impact on the envir
Election result adds to Northern Territory gas uncertainty
Reuters / Posted 3 hours ago
and sand into the ground to release oil and gas - until its impact on the environment is fully known. Economic forecasters Deloitte last year estimated the region’s untapped shale and tight gas resources to be worth $22.4 billion to the local... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Australian womenswear chain Seduce collapsesup by landlords in recent years. Twenty-five-year-old Sydney fashion chain Sed
Australian womenswear chain Seduce collapses
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 hours ago
up by landlords in recent years. Twenty-five-year-old Sydney fashion chain Seduce has collapsed Photo: Margaret Zhang But Deloitte was appointed administrators of the Sydney-based company in mid-August. It's unclear how much money is owed and to... Read more
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The Age
Australian womenswear chain Seduce collapsesup by landlords in recent years. Twenty-five-year-old Sydney fashion chain Sed
Australian womenswear chain Seduce collapses
The Age / Posted 7 hours ago
up by landlords in recent years. Twenty-five-year-old Sydney fashion chain Seduce has collapsed Photo: Margaret Zhang But Deloitte was appointed administrators of the Sydney-based company in mid-August. It's unclear how much money is owed and to... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australian womenswear chain Seduce collapsesup by landlords in recent years. Twenty-five-year-old Sydney fashion chain Sed
Australian womenswear chain Seduce collapses
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 hours ago
up by landlords in recent years. Twenty-five-year-old Sydney fashion chain Seduce has collapsed Photo: Margaret Zhang But Deloitte was appointed administrators of the Sydney-based company in mid-August. It's unclear how much money is owed and to... Read more
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Japan Today
Father’s Day draws biggest ever IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship Down Under ‹ Japan Todaymissing out on spending Father’s Day with his children in the United States (19
Father’s Day draws biggest ever IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship Down Under ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 13 hours ago
missing out on spending Father’s Day with his children in the United States (19 June), the high-flying partner with Deloitte Consulting, based in Virginia, is looking forward to celebrating an Aussie Father’s Day in the ‘best way possible’;... Read more
14h
Denton Record-Chronicle
Companies turn to ‘reverse mentoring’ to tap millennials’ knowledgeFacebook, along with several nonprofits such as the National 4-H Council, have
Companies turn to ‘reverse mentoring’ to tap millennials’ knowledge
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 14 hours ago
Facebook, along with several nonprofits such as the National 4-H Council, have joined AARP’s “Mentor Up” program. At Deloitte — where a reverse mentoring initiative began with young workers teaching older employees how to use email — the... Read more
18h
The Hindu
GST may face hurdles before rolloutsaid.‘Deadline doable’ “The April 1, 2017 deadline is doable but it will be a
GST may face hurdles before rollout
The Hindu / Posted 18 hours ago
said.‘Deadline doable’ “The April 1, 2017 deadline is doable but it will be a stretch,” said M.S. Mani, Senior Director, Deloitte India. “If the state governments, Centre and GST Network all do their work together, then it will be possible but... Read more
22h
Fortune
More MBAs Spent the Summer 'Sticking It to the Man'to follow that entrepreneurial path,” he explains. “And the other 80% are peopl
More MBAs Spent the Summer 'Sticking It to the Man'
Fortune / Posted 22 hours ago
to follow that entrepreneurial path,” he explains. “And the other 80% are people who go to work in wonderful places like Deloitte or McKinsey or Google or Facebookfb and they are the people that keep the franchise moving forward. But that 20% are... Read more
23h
USA Today
If you hate auto insurance, you’ll love driverless carsperhaps even before they’re sold to the public, says John Matley, principal of
If you hate auto insurance, you’ll love driverless cars
USA Today / Posted 23 hours ago
perhaps even before they’re sold to the public, says John Matley, principal of insurance and technology for advisory group Deloitte. Albright refers to this period as the “chaotic middle.” Self-driving cars will be in short supply, and the price... Read more
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The Economic Times
Women losing strength at IIMs, down to 26% in 2016 from 32% in 2013is on the board of IIM Bangalore as an independent director and strategy adviso
Women losing strength at IIMs, down to 26% in 2016 from 32% in 2013
The Economic Times / Posted yesterday
is on the board of IIM Bangalore as an independent director and strategy advisor. Rohin Kapoor, director at Deloitte in India, said the trend could be a function of women candidates opting for other courses. "It is a matter of great... Read more
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Scotsman
Scottish Government under pressure to set out police numbersits position or public confidence in the force would “deteriorate further”. Th
Scottish Government under pressure to set out police numbers
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
its position or public confidence in the force would “deteriorate further”. The Scottish Police Authority (SPA) has tasked Deloitte with reviewing the future of the police force. Figures released earlier this month showed officer numbers had... Read more
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Accounting Today
PwC Reaches Settlement in Taylor Bean Lawsuitthreatened to undermine PwC, even though the firm pointed out that it never aud
PwC Reaches Settlement in Taylor Bean Lawsuit
Accounting Today / Posted yesterday
threatened to undermine PwC, even though the firm pointed out that it never audited Taylor Bean. Taylor Bean’s audit firm, Deloitte, settled with the bankruptcy trustee in 2013 for an undisclosed sum. A half dozen Taylor Bean executives were... Read more
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Mashable
67% of workers in the gig economy wouldn't join it againUber and Postmates, but not for their workers, according to a new survey. Sixt
67% of workers in the gig economy wouldn't join it again
Mashable / Posted yesterday
Uber and Postmates, but not for their workers, according to a new survey. Sixty-seven percent of contractors surveyed by Deloitte would choose not to work a contract job in the future. The consulting company on Thursday released the results of... Read more
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Daily Examiner
We need to grow new farmersenthusiastic about farming, the take-up rate is low with people opting for indu
We need to grow new farmers
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
enthusiastic about farming, the take-up rate is low with people opting for industries considered to have more stability. A Deloitte report into the Australian agricultural industry suggests a number of reasons for the workforce crisis including: -... Read more
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Northern Star
We need to grow new farmersenthusiastic about farming, the take-up rate is low with people opting for indu
We need to grow new farmers
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
enthusiastic about farming, the take-up rate is low with people opting for industries considered to have more stability. A Deloitte report into the Australian agricultural industry suggests a number of reasons for the workforce crisis including: -... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
We need to grow new farmersenthusiastic about farming, the take-up rate is low with people opting for indu
We need to grow new farmers
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
enthusiastic about farming, the take-up rate is low with people opting for industries considered to have more stability. A Deloitte report into the Australian agricultural industry suggests a number of reasons for the workforce crisis including: -... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
We need to grow new farmersenthusiastic about farming, the take-up rate is low with people opting for indu
We need to grow new farmers
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
enthusiastic about farming, the take-up rate is low with people opting for industries considered to have more stability. A Deloitte report into the Australian agricultural industry suggests a number of reasons for the workforce crisis including: -... Read more
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Queensland Times
We need to grow new farmersenthusiastic about farming, the take-up rate is low with people opting for indu
We need to grow new farmers
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
enthusiastic about farming, the take-up rate is low with people opting for industries considered to have more stability. A Deloitte report into the Australian agricultural industry suggests a number of reasons for the workforce crisis including: -... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
We need to grow new farmersenthusiastic about farming, the take-up rate is low with people opting for indu
We need to grow new farmers
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
enthusiastic about farming, the take-up rate is low with people opting for industries considered to have more stability. A Deloitte report into the Australian agricultural industry suggests a number of reasons for the workforce crisis including: -... Read more
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News Mail
We need to grow new farmersenthusiastic about farming, the take-up rate is low with people opting for indu
We need to grow new farmers
News Mail / Posted yesterday
enthusiastic about farming, the take-up rate is low with people opting for industries considered to have more stability. A Deloitte report into the Australian agricultural industry suggests a number of reasons for the workforce crisis including: -... Read more
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Hartford Courant
Amazon Piloting Teams With A 30-Hour Workweekpushing and trying new things as a company. They fail a lot, but it's worth it
Amazon Piloting Teams With A 30-Hour Workweek
Hartford Courant / Posted yesterday
pushing and trying new things as a company. They fail a lot, but it's worth it to stay innovative." Many companies such as Deloitte and KPMG offer four-day workweeks with flex hours, but stick to the standard 40-hour expectation. "A lot of... Read more
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The Morning Call
Amazon is piloting teams with a 30-hour workweekpushing and trying new things as a company. They fail a lot, but it's worth it
Amazon is piloting teams with a 30-hour workweek
The Morning Call / Posted yesterday
pushing and trying new things as a company. They fail a lot, but it's worth it to stay innovative." Many companies such as Deloitte and KPMG offer four-day workweeks with flex hours, but stick to the standard 40-hour expectation. "A lot of... Read more
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CBC.ca
Retiring Olympic athletes need help finding their waycalled Game Plan. It's a partnership among the Canadian Olympic and Paralympic
Retiring Olympic athletes need help finding their way
CBC.ca / Posted yesterday
called Game Plan. It's a partnership among the Canadian Olympic and Paralympic committees and three corporate founders, Deloitte, RBC and human resources company Morneau Shepell. Game Plan offers current and retiring athletes help with career... Read more
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WA Today
An inconvenient year for 7-Elevenis difficult to judge from present numbers what is happening. We need to know m
An inconvenient year for 7-Eleven
WA Today / Posted yesterday
is difficult to judge from present numbers what is happening. We need to know more about the process, the role of Deloitte, the role of 7-Eleven, where the onus of proof for lodging a claim lies." Fels says he is encouraged by the... Read more
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The Age
An inconvenient year for 7-Elevenis difficult to judge from present numbers what is happening. We need to know m
An inconvenient year for 7-Eleven
The Age / Posted yesterday
is difficult to judge from present numbers what is happening. We need to know more about the process, the role of Deloitte, the role of 7-Eleven, where the onus of proof for lodging a claim lies." Fels says he is encouraged by the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
An inconvenient year for 7-Elevenis difficult to judge from present numbers what is happening. We need to know m
An inconvenient year for 7-Eleven
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
is difficult to judge from present numbers what is happening. We need to know more about the process, the role of Deloitte, the role of 7-Eleven, where the onus of proof for lodging a claim lies." Fels says he is encouraged by the... Read more
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Canberra Times
An inconvenient year for 7-Elevenis difficult to judge from present numbers what is happening. We need to know m
An inconvenient year for 7-Eleven
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
is difficult to judge from present numbers what is happening. We need to know more about the process, the role of Deloitte, the role of 7-Eleven, where the onus of proof for lodging a claim lies." Fels says he is encouraged by the... Read more
24 related stories
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Brisbane Times
An inconvenient year for 7-Elevenis difficult to judge from present numbers what is happening. We need to know m
An inconvenient year for 7-Eleven
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
is difficult to judge from present numbers what is happening. We need to know more about the process, the role of Deloitte, the role of 7-Eleven, where the onus of proof for lodging a claim lies." Fels says he is encouraged by the... Read more
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Business Standard India
JSW Steel to acquire JSW Praxair Oxygen for Rs 240 crin nature as it will provide the company the benefit of backward integration of
JSW Steel to acquire JSW Praxair Oxygen for Rs 240 cr
Business Standard India / Posted yesterday
in nature as it will provide the company the benefit of backward integration of this critical input," JSW Steel said. Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India LLP and Bharucha & Partners, Advocates and Solicitors, carried out financial and legal due... Read more
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DW
Football: a billion-dollar game |position." England is the yardstick Karsten Hollasch agrees. The leader of th
Football: a billion-dollar game |
DW / Posted yesterday
position." England is the yardstick Karsten Hollasch agrees. The leader of the Sport Business Group for consulting firm Deloitte told DW that the league can expect "solid and continual growth over the long term." Spanish teams may have the most... Read more
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SKY News
Household Spending Buoyed Economy Before EU Voteof a decline following a disappointing performance in the first three months of
Household Spending Buoyed Economy Before EU Vote
SKY News / Posted 2 days ago
of a decline following a disappointing performance in the first three months of the year. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the figures bode well for the British economy going forward. "Household spending accounts for roughly... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertaintyindex saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertainty
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 2 days ago
index saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8 in August. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the UK had entered the post-referendum with good momentum. "Household spending accounts for roughly... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertaintyindex saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertainty
Croydon Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
index saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8 in August. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the UK had entered the post-referendum with good momentum. "Household spending accounts for roughly... Read more
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heraldscotland
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertaintyindex saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertainty
heraldscotland / Posted 2 days ago
index saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8 in August. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the UK had entered the post-referendum with good momentum. "Household spending accounts for roughly... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertaintyindex saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertainty
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
index saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8 in August. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the UK had entered the post-referendum with good momentum. "Household spending accounts for roughly... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertaintyindex saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertainty
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 2 days ago
index saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8 in August. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the UK had entered the post-referendum with good momentum. "Household spending accounts for roughly... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertaintyindex saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertainty
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
index saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8 in August. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the UK had entered the post-referendum with good momentum. "Household spending accounts for roughly... Read more
25 related stories
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The News and Star
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertaintyindex saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertainty
The News and Star / Posted 2 days ago
index saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8 in August. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the UK had entered the post-referendum with good momentum. "Household spending accounts for roughly... Read more
25 related stories
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Northern Echo
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertaintyindex saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertainty
Northern Echo / Posted 2 days ago
index saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8 in August. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the UK had entered the post-referendum with good momentum. "Household spending accounts for roughly... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertaintyindex saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertainty
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
index saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8 in August. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the UK had entered the post-referendum with good momentum. "Household spending accounts for roughly... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertaintyindex saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertainty
Kingston Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
index saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8 in August. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the UK had entered the post-referendum with good momentum. "Household spending accounts for roughly... Read more
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Oxford Mail
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertaintyindex saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertainty
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
index saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8 in August. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the UK had entered the post-referendum with good momentum. "Household spending accounts for roughly... Read more
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Bury Times
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertaintyindex saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertainty
Bury Times / Posted 2 days ago
index saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8 in August. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the UK had entered the post-referendum with good momentum. "Household spending accounts for roughly... Read more
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Gazette
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertaintyindex saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertainty
Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
index saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8 in August. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the UK had entered the post-referendum with good momentum. "Household spending accounts for roughly... Read more
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guardian-series
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertaintyindex saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertainty
guardian-series / Posted 2 days ago
index saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8 in August. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the UK had entered the post-referendum with good momentum. "Household spending accounts for roughly... Read more
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International Business Times
Pound climbs against euro and dollar after GDP boostexpectations. "The UK entered the post-referendum period with good momentum,"
Pound climbs against euro and dollar after GDP boost
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
expectations. "The UK entered the post-referendum period with good momentum," said Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte. "Household spending accounts for roughly two-thirds of the economy and is growing at the fastest rate in eight... Read more
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Harrow Times
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertaintyindex saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertainty
Harrow Times / Posted 2 days ago
index saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8 in August. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the UK had entered the post-referendum with good momentum. "Household spending accounts for roughly... Read more
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Gazette News
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertaintyindex saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertainty
Gazette News / Posted 2 days ago
index saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8 in August. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the UK had entered the post-referendum with good momentum. "Household spending accounts for roughly... Read more
25 related stories
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This is West Country
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertaintyindex saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertainty
This is West Country / Posted 2 days ago
index saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8 in August. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the UK had entered the post-referendum with good momentum. "Household spending accounts for roughly... Read more
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Bolton News
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertaintyindex saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8
'Very little anecdotal evidence' UK economy hit by Brexit uncertainty
Bolton News / Posted 2 days ago
index saw its highest monthly bounce since February 2013 of 3.2 points to 109.8 in August. Ian Stewart, chief economist at Deloitte, said the UK had entered the post-referendum with good momentum. "Household spending accounts for roughly... Read more
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