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|Anglian Commercial Finance is a one stop shop for the financial activity of your business.
We specialise in responding to the needs of small to medium sized businesses.
We can help you protect and grow your business using our individually tailored financial services to suit your particular needs, cost effectively and efficiently.
ACF works with you to understand your business and your customer expectations.
Anglian Commercial Finance a trading arm of Nationwide Debt Solutions Limited registered in England No3895407
Created and Maintained by Aztech Business Systems Ltd.
|EMPLOYMENT Employers are adopting a "business as usual " approach to hiring and investment since the referendum, despite confidence failing over the past three months. A quarter of employers plan to increase the number of permanent staff that they take on in the next three months, while 64% expect to maintain existing numbers, a report from the Recruitment and Employment Federation says. Only 3% of employers expect to reduce numbers between now and October.
EXPORTS Export orders hit a two year high this month, dampening fears of a downturn in the industrial the UK manufacturing sector. The August CBI industrial trends survey found that the order books of 505 of the UKs largest exporters had risen to their highest level since 2014 with 21%reporting orders at their normal levels.
EUROZONE RECOVERY The eurozone economy shows no sign of having its recovery "derailed by Brexit uncertainty" with activity rising to its highest level in seven months, according to a survey.Economists said that data suggested that the market fallout had been limited and that underlining growth had stabilised in the two months since the Brexit vote.The Markit flash purchasing managers index showed arise to 53.3 this month, the highest level since February. Any reading above 50 represents expansion in activity.
CONSUMER SPENDING Consumers appear to have shrugged off talk of uncertainty following the referendum vote to leave the European Union, with the latest monthly data from Visa showing that consumer spending rose 1.6% year on year in July, with hotels, restaurants and bars leading the way, up 8.9%." Spending is holding up, albeit at lower levels of growth than we have seen in the last couple of years" said Kevin Jenkins, managing director of Visa UK & Ireland.
BUSINESS CONFIDENCE The latest business confidence survey from BDO showed a "minor" fall in optimism in July, although the accountancy firm singled out manufacturing as an area of mounting stress, noting that the sectors " optimism sub-index dropped to a four-year low" last month.