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14 matches for " balance of payments":
In one line: Persistently large deficit leaves sterling vulnerable in a Brexit crisis.
In one line: A jump in households' saving slowed the economy in Q4.
In one line: The biggest contraction for 40 years, even though Q1 contained just nine lockdown days.
In one line: The first real evidence that foreign companies are abandoning Britain.
The U.K.'s balance of payments leaves little room for doubt that sterling would sink like a stone in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
People across Europe are growing wary over the failure of governments to foster economic security since the 2008 crisis. Their conclusion increasingly is that the EU is to blame, so their support for EU-sceptic, and even right-wing nationalist, parties has increased accordingly.
We aren't convinced that China's recovery is in train just yet.
China's unadjusted current account was effectively in balance in Q2, after the deficit in Q1.
Today's balance of payments figures for the second quarter likely will underline that the U.K. has financed strong growth in domestic consumption by amassing debts with the rest of the world at a breakneck pace.
The latest balance of payments figures, released Wednesday, look set to show that the current account deficit widened in Q3, underlying the U.K.'s vulnerability to a sudden change in overseas investor sentiment. The risk of a full-blown sterling crisis, however, is lower than the enormous current account deficit would appear to suggest.
The final numbers for China's balance of payments in the first quarter showed that the current account descended to a $34B deficit, from a surplus of $30B a year earlier.
The estimate of services output for the first month of the current quarter usually gets lost among the deluge of national accounts and balance of payments data released for the previous quarter.
Last week's balance of payments showed that the U.K. has made significant progress in reducing its reliance on overseas finance.
Japan's August balance of payments data, released yesterday, offer the first overview of financial flows since the BoJ "tweaks" at the end of July.
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