Inflation set to rise to 3% by 2017
Ultra-low interest rates are not going away
Sterling jumps 0.8%
Our new Theresa May-led Conservative government seems to be engaged in a classic example of kitchen sink revisionism, steadily ditching a whole series of commitments made by its predecessor.
Investment Week rounds up the key points after yesterday's rate cut by the Bank of England, and the introduction of what one economist dubbed its "bazooka surprise".
Industry reaction following rate cut
There is no doubt the principal immediate consequence of the Brexit vote has been a further increase in uncertainty.
Rates to stay between 0.25%-0.5%
Beat consensus expectations of 0.4%
Inflation-linked bonds have been out of favour for the past three years as global developed market headline inflation rates and inflation expectations have fallen in the face of tepid economic demand and weak oil and commodity prices.
Will gather momentum next year
Tracks inflation expectations
There are many ways to look at the UK economy to get a gauge of its health, writes Architas's Nathan Sweeney, including the most notable employment, GDP and inflation figures.
Driven by drop in air fares
London particularly vulnerable
Monetary tools available
Emiel van den Heiligenberg, head of asset allocation at LGIM, takes a closer look at the remaining options for global central banks.
Remained unchanged between January and February
Need to prevent another 'taper tantrum'
No change from previous month
Refused to confirm next rate move will be upward
Outlook more 'uncertain' in January meeting
Third consecutive month of increases