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Rain Newton-Smith - Confederation of British Industry
The robust performance of financial services firms over the last quarter gives us a good dose of summer cheer. Volumes continue to expand strongly, profits are up and more people are being hired in a thriving part of the British economy. Even better, that is all set to continue over the next three months. But there are mixed messages coming from the sector. Whilst business activity is holding up strongly, optimism took another dive, which likely reflected a mix of Brexit uncertainty and concerns that financial market conditions could tighten.feedback
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Jul 11 2017
You can find on this page a variety of quotes, by one or many people, on what they said about British economy. 25 people are quoted and you can read 28 citations of them about British economy. Philip Hammond, George Osborne, Brian Moynihan and Tom Stringfellow, are those who have spoken the most about this topic. Philip Hammond said: “Today's OBR (Office for Budget Responsibility) report confirms the continued resilience of the British economy. I report today on an economy that has continued to confound the commentators with robust growth.”.
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Sonia Khan

The low rates reflect the continued uncertainty about the future for the European economy, and especially British economy.feedback

Oeystein Olsen - Norges Bank

As a result of Brexit there are new challenges for Britain, politically but also in the economic area … Looking forward I choose to be optimistic on behalf of the British economy, but there are a number of matters that need to be arranged.feedback

Masafumi Yamamoto - Mizuho Securities

Right now the reaction to Prime Minister May setting a departure deadline is mostly limited to the pound. A greater negative impact on the British economy will have to be witnessed first for Brexit woes to cause broader risk aversion.feedback

Michael Roth

The end of the year should really be sufficient time to get organised and adjust to the new situation. It does not need any additional political pressure, I am convinced that the economic pressure from Great Britain itself is strong enough, because it is in the interest of Britons and especially the British economy to provide more clarity on how Great Britain will continue outside the European Union.feedback

Philip Hammond

These public finance figures highlight the underlying strength of the British economy.feedback

Philip Hammond

What we did in 2010 was exactly the right approach for the challenges that faced the British economy then. But now we're entering a new phase in the story of the British economy with the decision to leave the European Union, our economy will change as we go forward in the future, and it will require a different set of parameters to make a success.feedback

Jan Hatzius

We now expect the (British) economy to enter a mild recession by early 2017.feedback

Jake Sullivan

They're going to watch what impact (the Brexit vote) ends up having on the U.K. and on the British economy and come November, they are going to make their own decision about the kind of leadership that they're looking for.feedback

Jeremy Cook

We don't know what is going to happen. There's going to be a huge amount of uncertainty for the British economy.feedback

Donald Guloien - Manulife Financial

My prediction was that they stay in the European Union, but the risks are very substantial, especially to the financial sector in London. I think a lot of jobs will leave London and there's going to be short-term a pretty significant impact on the British economy.feedback

Andrea Leadsom

It's no wonder people are being turned off this debate given the continuous campaign to do down the British economy from EU-funded organisations.feedback

Jacques Gounon - Eurotunnel

Business remains dynamic, led by growth in the British economy and signs of improvement in Europe. Despite an uncertain global environment, the group remains confident in its ability to generate sustainable growth both in cross-Channel and rail freight activities.feedback

George Osborne

The National Living Wage will help firms by addressing historic weaknesses in the British economy. Low wages mean little investment in the skills of too many of our workers.feedback

Kevin Green

Sourcing workers from outside the UK is going to be an ongoing necessity if we are to continue seeing the British economy grow.feedback

George Osborne

The stand-between Greece and the eurozone is the greatest risk to the global economy, it's also a rising threat to the British economy. I said to the Greek finance minister to act responsibly but it's also important that the eurozone has a better plan for jobs and growth.feedback

Iain Begg

Protecting a financial center is important for the British economy generally, in the same way as let's say tourism is for France or manufacturing is for Germany. They are the leading-edge sectors of the economy that provide the underlying wealth. So on the one hand what the electorate is looking for is policies which will sustain the competive position of the City of London, but at the same time there is so much antagonism towards the bankers, who are blamed for causing the recession; there is a demand at the same time for regulation and control of the banks.feedback

Boris Johnson

By all means rebalance the British economy, but don't kill the financial goose that lays the golden egg for loads of people who are on very modest incomes but who depend on financial services.feedback

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