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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 continue to think that the government will need to press ahead with its planned fiscal tightening over the next two years, if it wants to ensure that borrowing drops to 3%...
The latest activity surveys are a mixed bag.
The story of the U.K. economy's underperformance relative to its international peers remains intact after the Q1 national accounts.
The BoE's money and credit data suggest that the economy continued to recover in May, but remained constrained by households' and businesses' lingering cautiousness.
The pound's retreat during June to $1.39, from $1.42, will have left many investors who have been long sterling this year--a crowded trade--nursing unrealised losses.
With timely indicators suggesting that travel within the U.K. rather than abroad will prove popular over the summer, the domestic tourism sector looks set to receive a much-needed...
June's Markit/CIPS PMIs suggest that the economic recovery still has plenty of momentum.
We think CPI inflation picked up to 1.9% in May, from 1.5% in April, exceeding the 1.8% consensus.
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.
The manufacturing sector currently is enjoying a remarkably strong recovery.
A speech by MPC member Gertjan Vlieghe caught the attention of many investors last week. Immediately after his speech was published at 12:00 BST on Thursday, sterling jumped by...
The Economy Still is Convalescing, No Sign of a Consumer Boom
Labour Market Slack will Remain Ample Enough to Restrain Wages
Britain is Missing Out on the Global Trade Upswing, Due to Brexit
The U.K. Likely was the G7's Laggard for the Last Time in Q1
Is an Early General Election Likely, Once the FTPA has been Scrapped?
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