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Wales was the top-performing area for business activity growth in June, according to the latest NatWest UK Regional PMI® survey, bucking a broader deterioration in economic performance across the UK as a whole. Yorkshire & Humber was meanwhile the main bright spot for jobs, partly reflecting relatively strong business confidence in the region.
According to the latest NatWest Wales PMI® data, private sector firms continued to signal an increase in business activity in June.
According to the latest Royal Bank of Scotland Report on Jobs, labour market trends in Scotland continued to improve in June, but there were signs that hiring conditions were cooling as permanent placements growth eased and temp billings declined for the first time in 18 months.
Lending data published today shows that RBS is a major supporter of the UK economy, lending a total of over £169bn in mortgages, personal loans and business loans to small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs).
The NatWest Premier Aspiration Index shows a gender divide over attitudes to saving and financial advice amongst Britain’s top earners.
The new NatWest UK Automotive PMI® report is based on responses from UK automotive sector manufacturers and benchmarked against equivalent indices for Europe and the rest of the world.
The latest edition of the Coutts Luxury Price Index (CLPI) shows that luxury inflation rose by 2.9% over the past 12 months to May 2019. This compares to the current mainstream inflation figure of 2% as measured by the Consumer Price Index (CPI).
The latest NatWest UK Regional PMI® survey revealed that Yorkshire & Humber was the fastest-growing area for business activity growth in May, while also showing Northern Ireland stuck firmly in contraction.
After seeing business activity rise for the first time in eight months in April, the North East private sector returned to contraction in May, according to the latest NatWest PMI® survey.
Business activity in Yorkshire & Humber's private sector economy increased at the fastest pace in eight months during May, according to the latest NatWest PMI® data.