Many AS students are now embarking on their macroeconomics course. I feel that building up a good awareness of what is actually happening in the UK and other economies is a great way of adding value and context to your assignments. There are many sources of useful articles, supporting evidence, comment and analysis pieces. I'll be putting quite a few of them together on this blog page and adding to it on a regular basis.

Scoop It Board on the Developments in the UK Economy


Main AS Macro Revision Notes: Click Here

BBC News: UK Economy: Click Here

Guardian Economics News (Excellent gateway for updated UK news): Click here

Channel 4 News - UK Economy: Click Here

Reuters Economics News (UK Site): Click Here

Sky Business News (UK Focus): Click Here

National Institute: Click Here

OECD reports on the UK economy: Click Here

World Bank Data on the UK economy: Click Here

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