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A year of good and bad times for the UK

2012 has been a mixed year for the UK with the two major London Olympic events creating a well earned ...
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Look to the East, look to the West…………..

The last two weeks has seen elections the two largest global economies with the USA re-electing Obama for a second ...
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Theatre of Dreams or Nightmares……..?

Remember the days when Manchester United was the most financially successful football club in the world and debt free? Along ...
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Crisis, What Crisis?

The latest revelations and fines for Barclays on their alleged manipulation of interest rates and potential selling of protection against ...
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Reprise of 2012 Euro Football versus Euro Zone Banking Crisis

It appears that the MW Interim Finance article a week ago has stimulated more widespread comparisons of the main Euro ...
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2012 Euro Football versus Euro Zone Banking Crisis

The similarities in the performance to date of the European football nations and the debt crisis are apparent as we ...
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All roundabouts and no swings………………

It appears that the UK economy is going around in circles. Remember Woolworths demise and now we have Clintons/Birthdays. There ...
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MW Interim Finance’s “Wise Words”

MW Interim Finance re-iterates the "wise words" that continue to be relevant as the UK economy stutters through another year ...
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An effective Business Plan – a key strategic element in running a successful business

Working with small and medium sized enterprises, (SME’s), it is often the case that, apart from when a company first ...
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What goes around comes around…..

The UK appears to be showing the signs of a possible second recessionary phase with a retail malaise and consumer ...
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Ring out the old….Ring in the new….has anything changed?

Yes, VAT in the UK has risen to 20%, for consumers buying “large ticket” items and stealthily increasing the cost ...
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2010 – year of the Tiger………..or was it the Pussycat ?

Yes, 2010 was not the roaring positive start to a new decade for many businesses and consumers as the UK ...
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UK unemployment, VAT, consumer pressures and the banking sector

Unemployment in the UK increased by 35,000 in the three months to October to 2.5 million, the Office for National ...
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