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Britain in the “relegation zone”
29 May 2013
At the end of a week which has seen some slightly better news about the British economy, the latest Ipsos Consumer Confidence Index, released today, underlines just how much ground the country has to make up.
The economic mid-winter?
21 April 2013
After a week which saw the IMF expressing concern about the state of the UK economy, a new global poll released today by Ipsos MORI finds British consumers in gloomy mood.
Fewer UK people now fear for their jobs than in 2011
18 March 2013
Fifteen per cent of Britons think it likely that they, or a close friend or relative will lose their job in the next six months because of economic conditions, according to a new international poll by Ipsos MORI.
28 February 2013
A week after the UK lost its cherished “AAA” rating, a new global poll released today by Ipsos MORI finds Britons feeling distinctly queasy about the country’s economic prospects.
Britain in slow lane of two-speed Europe
25 January 2013
Europe is divided between those who see their economy as “strong”, and those who do not, with Britain firmly in the latter camp according to our latest 24-country poll.
The Autumn Economic Pulse: Gloom Reigns
5 December 2012
As the Chancellor delivers his Autumn Statement, new research released today finds just 15% of Britons believing their economy to be in “good” shape, with only 10% expecting to see an improvement over the next 6 months.