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The Results of Government’s Latest Economic Plans

It is hard to keep up with the government right now, as things change on what seems like a daily basis. But with a new Chancellor, the previous mini-budget has been ripped up. We took a look at the results of the government’s economic plans. Taxes National Insurance: This is a tax employees, employers and the […]

Reasons To Support Local Businesses

The past eight months or so have been tough for most of us, but there has been the odd plus point as well all alter the way we live our lives. One of those plus points, for me at least, has been the return of a sense of community. And part of that has been […]

How To Support Local Businesses

During these difficult times, there have been a few positives that we can take from a period we would all rather forget. One of those is how communities have rallied to help local businesses survive. But once we return to some sort of normality, will we change our ways again? Let’s hope not. Here are […]

Get The Best Currency Deals This Summer

It is the holiday season as we move well into summer, not that you would know by looking outside. And with holidays comes thoughts of picking up foreign currency, an extra worry this year with such a weak pound. Moolr looked at how you can get the most for your money. We examine the best […]

The Effects Of A Weakening Pound

The value of the pound dropped sharply after the EU referendum, and has been fluctuating since. It affects everyone. From holidaymakers and those filling up their cars with petrol, to business owners and investors.So why is the value of the pound changing and who decides its value? Moolr took a look, and examined the effects of […]

The UK’s Economy Has Shrunk

The size of the UK economy is not an issue that most of us give a lot of though to. We probably think it really doesn’t affect us on a day-to-day basis. In a way that is correct, but it will have its impact on us all in one way or another. Moolr take a […]

How A Weak Pound May Effect You

If you have paid any attention to the news in recent months and beyond, or even holidayed abroad, you will probably know about the weak pound. It has been losing value for a while against other currencies. How this effects us all differs naturally. Moolr took a look at how a weak pound may effect […]

A Look At Inflation

Inflation is an economic term that refers to an environment of generally rising prices of goods and services within a particular economy. To name a stark example, prices for many consumer goods are double that of 20 years ago. But how much do we really know about it. Moolr took a look at inflation.  What […]

A Look At Brexit

The term “Brexit” has recently become part of our everyday language. You are probably sick of hearing the word. It is a combination of the words “Britain” and “Exit” and has become an easy way to refer to the forthcoming decision made by the UK public to exit the European Union. Brexit has become a […]

How Will Brexit Affect The Housing Market?

It’s the word you’re probably sick of hearing. However, it will have enormous consequences for all of us, one way or another. One aspect of that is property prices and issues linked to property. So Moolr wanted to look at the question of how will Brexit affect the housing market? Brexit Uncertainty It is difficult […]

How Does Sport Boost The UK Economy?

How Does Sport Boost The UK Economy? So another World Cup is over, England falling just short in the end, but doing their country proud with a semi-final appearance. For much of the tournament the mood was great in England, if not elsewhere in the UK! But how does sport boost the UK economy as […]

UK Borrowing Hits New Lows

UK Borrowing Hits New Lows Late June 2018, and The Bank of England was in the spotlight as its Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) met to set interest rates. While borrowing costs probably won’t change, the City as always looks for hints. Hints that the long-awaited hike could come in August.The key issue is whether the […]

Rate Of Inflation Falls

This week the government released dome good news for the UK economy, as the impact of Brexit hits many hard. After all, many voted against leaving the EU because of the uncertainty. This uncertainty affects people’s livelihoods. The first announcement was that UK consumer price inflation fell in March to 2.5%. This is the the […]