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Tag : economic indicators

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  • Steel yourselvesSubscription

    Blog29 March, 2011

    Recent figures from the steel sector should be worrying you, if they're not already.....

  • Maths, with Grant ShappsSubscription

    Blog15 November, 2010

    The New Homes Bonus sounds like a good thing, but how much of a good thing is it? Lets do some maths....

  • demolition

    Demolition can save you DarlingSubscription

    Blog28 October, 2009

    A UKCG report suggests investment in construction pays better than investment in the car industry. Perhaps we should bring in a scrappage allowance for old buildings and kill several birds with the one big fat stone......

  • radar

    Switch your radar onSubscription

    Blog22 October, 2009

    Knowing what's up ahead is a pretty useful thing. If we'd known this financial crisis was coming, we'd have done things differently. Marketing people should be leading on business intelligence, but are they.....?

  • Mirror, signal, manoeuvreSubscription

    Blog24 July, 2009

    Indicators are tricky things - just because the orange thing is flashing on and off, doesn’t mean the car isn’t going to carry on in a straight line and smash right into you. The same is true of economic indicators - they can mean completely different things for different companies. How can you deal with these vagaries, and get yourself some sort of picture of what might happen?