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Low oil prices to drive Eurozone recovery
The Eurozone moves into 2015 aided by two important growth drivers: sharply lower oil prices and quantitative easing. Learn more in the EY Eurozone Forecast.
The C-suite makes room for CCOs, CSOs and CMOs
Our CSMO programme considers how commercial, sales and marketing functions are evolving in a fast-changing corporate and economic environment.
EY at the World Economic Forum 2015
The World Economic Forum 2015 took place in Davos, Switzerland, on 21-24 January. Learn more about EY's contribution to the conversation.
EY Scottish ITEM Club Forecast 2015
Scotland’s economy will continue to grow into 2015 following its strongest year since the financial crisis.
Emerging markets impact Europe's FDI
In this extract from our 2014 European attractiveness survey, we take a closer look at the role that emerging markets have played in Europe’s FDI story.
No consumer spending boom as workers face lost decade of wage growth
EY ITEM Club consumer spending report: Real take-home pay will lag behind pre-crisis levels in 2017, with low spending growth and consumer-oriented businesses facing a challenge.
UK services sector heralds a brighter future for exports
EY ITEM Club's special report identifies services exports' increasingly vital role in rebalancing the UK economy away from consumer spending.