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These are the latest CBI survey dates.

25 April - Quarterly Industrial Trends Survey (1100)

27 April – Distributive Trades Survey (1100)

MAY

1 May – Growth Indicator for April (0001)

3 May – SME Trends Survey (0001)

20 May - Monthly Industrial Trends Survey (1100)

24 May – Quarterly Distributive Trades Survey (1100)

26 May – Quarterly Service Sector Survey (1100)

29 Apr 2016

New research from the CBI, in collaboration with IBM, has found that a digital divide is emerging in business.

29 Apr 2016

See the most popular stories of last week on our site and social media

28 Apr 2016

Last week, Carolyn Fairbairn and Josh Hardie met members of Labour’s backbench business and Treasury committees to discuss the role of business in creating a prosperous society.

28 Apr 2016

Our regular roundup of the key economic indicators.

28 Apr 2016

CBI Scotland Director Hugh Aitken will encourage Scottish firms to do more with digital technology at an event with senior business leaders in Dundee today (Thursday).

28 Apr 2016

Business concerned about levy, but committed to skills

27 Apr 2016

Comparatively high corporate tax rates in the United States have led to a number of ‘inversions’, where U.S. businesses merge with foreign businesses and pay a lower corporate tax rate in the country of their new headquarters. However, the U.S. Treasury has made three rounds of changes, the most recent in April, to curb this trend. 

27 Apr 2016

In this final year of President Obama’s administration, expectations for Congress continue to be low. As the deadline for passing a Budget was missed in April, House Speaker Paul Ryan faces a battle of Appropriations Bills, further limiting the ability of the House to pass legislation.  

27 Apr 2016

On 22 April 2016, over 170 world leaders met at the United Nations Headquarters to sign the Paris agreement to tackle climate change. In the U.S., Senate passage of the Energy Policy Modernization Act of 2015 marks an opportunity for business. 

27 Apr 2016

A relatively strong labor market in for the past several years in the U.S. has led to rampant speculation that the Federal Reserve will look to raise interest rates in the near future.  It looks likely, however, that we’ll have to wait at least until mid-Summer to see any such move.