If your business operates internationally, your revenue may be impacted
Since the EU referendum, currency markets and the British pound in particular, have been intrinsically tied to Brexit. Therefore, if your business imports or exports internationally, or has global suppliers, then your bottom line could be affected by the UK's departure and subsequent currency fluctuations.
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No pause for celebration
The Bank of England (BoE) surprised some (but not all) with their decision to maintain UK rates at 5.25% this week. The move marked the first pause in rate hikes from the BoE after 14-straight increases and came after recent figures confirmed an unexpected faster slowdown in inflation during...Receive Updates Read more
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