Tag: Brexit

Damon de Laszlo

March 2019

We are not in a bad place economically, although politically the world is fractious and unhappy....

/ March 21, 2019
UK GCFC vs Current Account Deficit

UK Gross Fixed Capital Formation v.s. Current Account Deficit

The longer Brexit negotiations continue to stall, the longer any votes are delayed and the status-quo persists, the more economic actors will simply revert to their old behaviours...

/ March 1, 2019
Change in Corruption Perception Index of Selected Nations

Change in Corruption Perception Index

In the midst of a turbulent international political landscape, the United Kingdom and United States are deemed major casualties of increasing corruption, according...

/ January 31, 2019

Shrinkflation and the Importance of Measured, Honest Analysis

Caution must always be exercised when making definitive statements about economic developments, something especially true of unwieldy, nationwide aggregations of trends in markets as large and diverse as consumer goods. Headlines such as...

/ January 24, 2019