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The stagnation of industrial production in October ended a run of six consecutive month-to-month increases, the longest spell of unbroken growth since 1994.... More by Samuel Tombs
Last week's news that output per hour jumped by 0.9% quarter-on-quarter in Q3--the biggest rise since Q2 2011--has fanned hopes that the underlying trend finally is improving.... More by Samuel Tombs
Business investment held up surprisingly well last year.... More by Samuel Tombs
December's Markit/CIPS surveys for the manufacturing, construction and services sectors suggest that the economy ended 2017 on a lacklustre note.... More by Samuel Tombs
In trade-weighted terms, sterling finished 2017 just 1% higher than at the start of the year, reversing little of 2016's 14% drop.... More by Samuel Tombs
The manufacturing sector appears to have finished 2017 on a strong note. The Markit/CIPS manufacturing PMI fell to 56.3 in December from 58.2 in November, but it remained above its 12-month average, 55.9.... More by Samuel Tombs
The economy slowed less than we expected in 2017.... More by Samuel Tombs
The Chancellor can go on his Christmas vacation content that the public finances have weathered the economy's slowdown relatively well this year.... More by Samuel Tombs
Brexit and fiscal headwinds have lessended...but consumers' spending will struggle in 2018... More by Samuel Tombs
The national accounts, released on Friday, likely will restate that quarter-on-quarter GDP growth picked up to 0.4% in Q3, from 0.3% in Q2.... More by Samuel Tombs
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