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These are the latest CBI survey dates.

22 September – Monthly Industrial Trends Survey (1100)

26 September – Financial Services Survey (0001)

27 September - Monthly Distributive Trades Survey (1100)

2 October – Growth Indicator (0001) - for September

Image of CBI comments on Shadow Chancellor' speech

26 Sep 2016

The CBI commented on a speech given by the Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer, John McDonnell MP, at the Labour Party Conference.

Image of Optimism continues to fall, as challenges increase for Financial Services – CBI/PwC

26 Sep 2016

Sentiment in the financial services sector deteriorated in the three months to September, as firms digested the challenges of lower interest rates and the uncertainty caused by the vote to leave the European Union, according to the latest CBI/PwC Financial Services Survey.

Image of CBI responds to Labour leadership election

24 Sep 2016

The CBI responded to Jeremy Corbyn’s re-election as Leader of the Labour Party and Leader of Her Majesty’s Opposition.

Image of Economic Update

22 Sep 2016

Our regular roundup of the key economic indicators.

Image of Westminster roundup

22 Sep 2016

A busy fortnight for the CBI in Whitehall as parliamentarians reconvened for the late summer sitting.

Image of CBI hosts Cyber Security Conference

22 Sep 2016

The CBI held its second annual Cyber Security Conference in London.

Image of Manufacturing output continues expanding at healthy pace

22 Sep 2016

Manufacturing output continues to expand at a solid rate, according to the latest CBI monthly Industrial Trends Survey.

Image of Silence on Brexit in Bratislava

21 Sep 2016

After Commission President Juncker’s State of the Union speech, the “brutally honest” EU27 Summit in Bratislava shed light on European leaders’ opinions on the future of the EU but revealed little new about the Brexit process. 

Image of Northern Ireland Policy Round up - September 2016

21 Sep 2016

Another busy month in Northern Ireland following engagement with local political representatives and the business community on many issues including PfG, the economy, infrastructure and Brexit...

Image of Busy autumn ahead for EU trade agenda

21 Sep 2016

Following the EU Referendum, the CBI has been clear that it will continue to remain fully engaged on the EU trade policy agenda until the UK formally exits the EU.