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Q2 CPI inflation exceeded the MPC's one-quarter ahead forecast by the most for 13 years... ...But only two members have implied they will vote to end QE; pushback from the...
On the face of it, May's trade data suggest Brexit's adverse impact has faded considerably... ...But the U.K. is not benefiting from the global upswing in trade to the same...
Growth in new Covid-19 cases has eased in recent days, bringing hope that infections will top out well below the 100K-a-day level forewarned by the new Health Secretary...
We now expect the MPC to end its gilt purchases immediately at next month's meeting, following last week's consumer prices data.
Next week's labour market report--released during our summer break--likely will show that employment is growing respectably, rather than spectacularly.
Recoveries after recessions usually receive substantial support in their infancy from the inventories component of GDP.
May's GDP report, released on Friday, likely will show that the economic recovery decelerated, despite the further reopening of the consumer services sector mid-way through the...
We're sticking with our forecast for a 5.3% quarter-on-quarter rise in GDP in Q2 in the wake of April's GDP report.
Tuesday's labour market report looks set to show that the unemployment rate fell further in April, though not quite as rapidly as implied by recent business surveys.
We expect April's GDP report, released on Friday, to show that the economy continued to recover at a rapid rate in April.
MPC members have made it clear that the evolution of slack in the labour market will have a crucial bearing on the timing of the first increase in Bank Rate.
April's money and credit data suggest that the economic recovery is progressing, but not at a stellar rate.
May's Further Reopening Will Not Stoke a Troublesome Virus Wave
Sterling's Rally Looks Short-Sighted; IndyRef2 Still More Likely than Not
Modest Car Sales Show Households aren't Ready to Splurge their Savings
Flat Food Prices will Help to Restrain the Headline Inflation Rate
Reopening Stock-take: So Far, So Good, But a Long Way to Go
The Economy Continued to Hibernate in February, But will Wake Up Soon
What are the Best Real-Time Indicators to Track the Reopening?
Economy Still on Course for a Post- Lockdown Recovery, but no Boom
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