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These are the latest CBI survey dates.

20 May - Monthly Industrial Trends Survey (1100)

24 May – Quarterly Distributive Trades Survey (1100)

26 May – Quarterly Service Sector Survey (1100)

Image of CBI announces #CBIglobalweek events in July

27 May 2016

The CBI will be running a series of globally themed events in the first week of July to champion UK export successes and showcase opportunities in international markets

Image of Optimism flat despite resilient service sector

26 May 2016

Services sector companies appear more cautious than at any time in the last three years, according to the CBI’s latest quarterly Service Sector Survey.

Image of Retail sales edge up, amidst mixed picture – CBI

24 May 2016

Retail sales picked up slightly on a year ago, following last month’s fall, according to the latest CBI quarterly Distributive Trades Survey.

Image of Conditions stable in manufacturing

20 May 2016

Orders improved a little overall and output grew, according to the latest monthly CBI Industrial Trends Survey

Image of CBI responds to The Queen's Speech

18 May 2016

The CBI responded to new legislation announced in The Queen’s Speech, during the State Opening of Parliament.

Image of Labour market statistics

18 May 2016

The CBI has responded to the latest ONS labour market statistics, which show a 44,000 rise in employment in the first quarter of 2016.

Image of Best of British business to attend CBI Annual Dinner 2016

17 May 2016

Leading UK businesses, small, medium and large, will be joining senior figures from the world of politics at the CBI’s Annual Dinner on 18 May 2016. 

Image of Our response to new higher education proposals

16 May 2016

Ahead of the Queen’s Speech the CBI has responded to new Government plans for higher education reform and innovation

Image of CBI predicts slower growth as dark cloud of uncertainty looms

16 May 2016

The UK economy is expected to continue to grow – but at a slower rate – through 2016 and 2017, and there are signs that global economic risks, including uncertainty ahead of the EU referendum, are starting to weigh on investment plans, according to the latest CBI economic forecast.

Image of CBI comments on the Mayor of London

07 May 2016

The CBI commented on the election of the Rt. Hon. Sadiq Khan MP as Mayor of London.