UK EXPORT TO THE EU BENEFITS FROM LOW EXCHANGE RATE WITH HIGHEST GROWTH SINCE 2012
The report from the Association of British Insurers (ABI) released earlier this month focuses on 2018 Q1 figures.
ARGENTINA RETURNS TO THE IMF TABLE IN A BID TO STRENGTHEN PROGRAM OF GROWTH
The overall economic position for the first quarter 2018 highlights the significant impact of debt owed to UK companies.
This weekend will mark the 90 day anniversary of the collapse of Carillion, but despite some insolvencies the predicted catastrophic wave of insolvencies hasn’t materialised yet.
CHINA: HOLDS UP GDP GROWTH TARGETS THROUGH TIGHT CONTROL AND SUBSTANTIAL INTERNATIONAL RESERVES
At the moment it seems like every time you turn on the TV or listen to the news there is another well known company announcing it is going in to a CVA.
The Times article ‘Increased strain on supply chain highlighted by insurance payouts’ (16th March 2018) focuses on payments made by Credit Insurers in 2017, equating to £4.3 million per week.
In recent weeks, several high street restaurants have either undergone or are in the process of restructuring to manage their growing debts to creditors.
A ROCKY TIME AHEAD FOR CONSTRUCTION WITH INSOLVENCIES EXPECTED TO RISE 4-5% IN 2018