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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...
The larger-than-consensus fall in the composite PMI adds to evidence that the recovery is slowing. The disruption caused by Covid-19 cases is only part of the story; a weaker...
June's Markit/CIPS PMIs suggest that the economic recovery still has plenty of momentum.
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.
The manufacturing sector currently is enjoying a remarkably strong recovery.
Recovery Update: Now We're Sucking Diesel
Britain is Missing Out on the Global Trade Upswing, Due to Brexit
GDP Likely Edged Up in February, Despite Unchanged Lockdown Rules
GDP is Rebounding, Despite Little Change in Lockdown Rules
Big Trade Deficits Likely will Return Later this Year
Will the Vaccinated Population Continue to Grow Rapidly in Q2?
Higher Commodity Prices will Send CPI Inflation Briefly Above 2%
DP Likely Recovered in December, but Remained in the Doldrums
UK 2 Feb 2021
November GDP Shows More Firms are Becoming Lockdown-Immune
News from AstraZeneca that its vaccine is 70% effective at preventing Covid-19 symptoms leaves leaked government plans for a rapid immunisation programme looking realistic.
Equity markets are correctly concluding that the outlook for U.K.-listed manufacturers is brighter than for most other firms.
The Chancellor's alterations to the Job Support Scheme--JSS--yesterday were substantial enough to reduce meaningfully the scale of job losses ahead.
We don't take much reassurance from the upward revision to the business activity index of Markit's services PMI to 56.1, from the flash estimate, 55.1.
Business surveys released this week suggest the economic recovery decelerated in early September.
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