DC savers 'contributing a third' of DB savers
A leading thinktank has urged the government to take drastic steps to stimulate economic growth in the UK, as another forecast a 50/50 chance of a triple-dip recession.
Households should see a rise in real incomes from next year on the back of slowing inflation and rising pay growth, a report by the Centre for Economic and Business Research (CEBR) suggests.
A solution to the European debt crisis will not be enough to turn around global economic performance, at least for the next few years, according to a report by thinktank the Centre for Economic and Business Research (CEBR).
Economists have suggested scrapping bank holidays in the UK in order to boost the country's struggling economy by as much as £19bn a year.
The UK is already back in recession and will not see any interest rate rises until at least 2016, according to the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR).
You can measure much by a country's GDP and the latest Centre for Economics and Business Research's (Cebr) World Economic League Table reveals some interesting rises and falls amongst the world's richest countries.
UK house prices are expected to jump 16% over the next four years to take prices above 2007's high, experts have predicted.
Britain's housing market is set to grind to a halt this year as worried consumers think twice before moving house and banks continue to be wary about lending, according to the Centre for Economics and Business Research.
Bonus payouts in the city will be cut by 16% this year as institutions struggle to cope with the credit crisis, new research suggests.
Inflationary pressure from the housing market, consumer slowdown and uncertainty surrounding the general election make an interest rate rise in June increasingly likely, according to a new report.
Rising house prices have sharply boosted the number of UK millionaires says the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR).
Taking a holiday in August - Britian's traditional holiday month - have decreased in cost over the recent years thanks to a business' need to "keep the show on the road" and rising competition in the travel market.
Britain may soon face a "financial crisis" if the government refuses to cut public spending or raise taxes, warns the Centre for Economics and Business Research.
Homeowners should not put off selling in hopes of higher prices because their properties are likely to cost the same in three years' time, warns the Centre for Economics and Business Research.
Is inflation rising or isn't it? The question highlights an increasing split between the government view of prices and what the Bank of England sees in relation to the ‘old' measure of inflation, the retail price index.
The UK property market remains robust and is unlikely to suffer a fall despite recent predictions made by some 'doomsters', says the Centre for Economics and Business Research.