Daily Archives: April 23, 2015

Sarah Neville is joined by business editor Sarah Gordon and employment correspondent Sarah O’Connor who give their take on why businesses have serious concerns about elements of both Labour and the Conservative’s election pledges, and whether either party is really addressing the UK’s dire record on productivity.

 

As the currency market prepares for the Federal Reserve’s next move, further talks on Greece and the UK election, Lena Komileva of G Plus Economics discusses how the US is preparing the global economy for a rate increase, why the euro decline isn’t greater, and the political risk to sterling

 

This has turned out to be an election campaign of big talk but craven ambiguity. Whoever wins will pay the price in even greater disillusion and anger when they end up making unpopular fiscal decisions for which they failed to prepare the public.