Senior Economist Danae Kyriakopoulou discussing ICAEW’s Economic Insight: Africa Q2 2015 report
A study released this month by Cebr with Legal and General analysing the mismatch between first time buyers aspirations and an affordable reality was covered by the Financial Times and This is Money.
A report released earlier this year by Cebr and Inrix, The Future Economic and Environmental Costs of Gridlock in 2030, was covered by Time magazine.
The Asda Income Tracker released in early May which found that the average UK household had £187 a week of discretionary income in April 2015, up by £17 a week on the same month a year before, was covered by the Financial Times, the Yorkshire Post, the Star and the Express. Sam Alderson, author of the report, was interviewed on BBC Radio 4’s You and Your’s programme.
The YouGov and Cebr HEAT which revealed a rise in consumer confidence this month after the result of the general election was announced was covered in the Evening Standard, Reuters, This is Money, Daily Mail and Vedimosti.
The Cebr pre-election Prospects Service special which analysed the economic outcomes of various potential results was covered by This is Money and Bloomberg.
The findings of ICAEW and Cebr’s Economic Insight: Africa Q2 2015 report were covered by Africa Money, New Business Ethiopia, the Accountant, Africa.com and Durban online. The author, Senior Economist Danae Kyriakopoulou was also interviewed on the ICAEW findings by MCB and Defi Media.
Cebr Analysis in the News:
Ahead of the election the Daily Telegraph quoted Cebr’s research cautioning against a 50pc top rate of income tax.
Immediately after the election Bloomberg covered Cebr’s estimate that London house prices would drop 3.6pc in 2015.
Comments by Economist Nina Skero on the Eurozone’s economy were quoted by Reuters.
Nina also discussed recent inflation data with the BBC and was quoted on the same topic by the Daily Telegraph and the Daily Mail.
Cebr’s estimate that a bank holiday rail strike would cost the UK economy £600m and comments by Cebr Director Oliver Hogan suggesting that the construction and retail sectors would be hardest hit were quoted by City AM and Time (x2).
The BBC interviewed Senior Economist Danae Kyriakopoulou ahead of the Queen’s speech asking her about the UK productivity puzzle.
Danae was also quoted on public finances and Britain’s job-rich but tax-poor recovery in the Times and spoke to Russia TV about the Eurozone economic outlook.
Vicky Pryce, Cebr’s Chief Economic Adviser wrote a piece for the BBC Online recommending Greece consider more even more compromise with the other member states of the Eurozone. Vicky also authored a piece in Europe’s World on the economic ramifications of a hung parliament ahead of the general election. Vicky was also quoted in the Financial Director on the same topic.
In Other News:
Cebr’s Chief Economic Adviser Vicky Pryce reviewed The Happiness Industry by William Davies for the Independent.