By Daniel Hunter

The latest Smith & Williamson Enterprise Index reveals that confidence in the economy is on the up with 73% of respondents expecting upturn in economy.

The inaugural Index, carried out in January of this year, recorded a positive outlook as far as the economy was concerned, while the second quarter saw a slight dip in respondents’ optimism. However, it appears that the confidence felt by the UK’s wealth creators at the start of the year has returned with a vengeance.

Since the last Index was recorded in April of this year, optimism concerning the economy has risen by 13%.

You can read the index in its entirety here:

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