Slowly but surely the Consumer Price Index is falling, and inflation is now at the lowest level since 2009. Why does that matter?
Andrew Bailey, deputy governor of the Bank of England, who is in charge of regulating banks, has warned he will take more action on bonuses.
The latest measure of retail sales is up 1.7%, more than treble the rise economists were expecting, but the spending spree may not last.
Buying your own home in the area where you currently live is beyond the reach of half the people in Britain.
Wages should begin to grow with the economy, setting the stage for living standards to improve, but there is a lot of ground to make up.
The Chancellor's announcement on annuities may be music to the ears of campaigners, but it is a risk for the Government.
Dr Nemat Shafik is the first senior female economist to work at the bank since 2010.
George Soros, the financier who famously "broke the Bank of England," has warned of the dangers an independent Scotland may face.
Euan Sutherland thinks the Co-op group is "ungovernable" and I understand he offered his resignation last night at an emergency meeting.
The number of people out of work continues to fall although the heady pace at which that has happened in recent months is slowing.