Pantheon Macroeconomics - On the face of it, the trend in public borrowing deteriorated sharply late last year. In the three months to December, borrowing on the main "PSNB ex ." measure, which excludes banks owned by the public sector, was a trivial £0.3B, or 1.6%, lower than in the same months of 2017.

U.K. | 24 January 2019 Future Fiscal Stimulus Is Still Secure, Despite Worse Borrowing Data
On the face of it, the trend in public borrowing deteriorated sharply late last year. In the three months to December, borrowing on the main "PSNB ex ." measure, which excludes banks owned by the public sector, was a trivial £0.3B, or 1.6%, lower than in the same months of 2017.

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24 January 2019 Future Fiscal Stimulus Is Still Secure, Despite Worse Borrowing Data

By Samuel Tombs

On the face of it, the trend in public borrowing deteriorated sharply late last year. In the three months to December, borrowing on the main "PSNB ex ." measure, which excludes banks owned by the public sector, was a trivial £0.3B, or 1.6%, lower than in the same months of 2017.

Posted: 23rd Jan 2019 in 'U.K.'

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