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All Change in the Business World?
15 March 2010
Alex Bollen, Research Director, Ipsos Loyalty, comments on our latest research among business leaders which shows that they feel more optimistic about the economy than at any point in the past six years.
The State Of The Economy
19 April 2002
When terrorists attacked the World Trade Center and the Pentagon on 11 September, economic optimism in Britain fell sharply: the MORI Economic Optimism Index (EOI) in our late-September poll for The Times hit -56, its lowest level for more than twenty years. It is perhaps surprising that barely half a year later all discussion of this year's budget should be concerned with the popularity of its taxation measures and not with its macroeconomic effects.
The Economy And The Euro
4 January 2002
The September 11 attacks in the USA were followed by a dramatic slump in economic confidence in Britain. MORI's Economic Optimism Index (EOI) at the end of September hit -56, its lowest point since the early 1980s, exacerbating an already precarious situation. (The August figure, -31, was already the lowest since November 1998).
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