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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...
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%...
We now expect the MPC to end its gilt purchases immediately at next month's meeting, following last week's consumer prices data.
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...
May's public finance figures haven't caused us to alter our view that the government will have to press ahead with the tax rises set out in the March Budget in order to reduce...
The jump in CPI inflation to 2.1% in May, from 1.5% in April, marks the start of a period of above target inflation driven by services businesses hiking prices as they reopen,...
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.
We expect April's GDP report, released on Friday, to show that the economy continued to recover at a rapid rate in April.
The manufacturing sector currently is enjoying a remarkably strong recovery.
The Public Finances are Healing, But not as Rapidly as April's Data Imply
Recovery Update: Now We're Sucking Diesel
Britain is Missing Out on the Global Trade Upswing, Due to Brexit
Sterling's Rally Looks Short-Sighted; IndyRef2 Still More Likely than Not
Health Spending Likely Drove Above- Consensus GDP Growth in March
Modest Car Sales Show Households aren't Ready to Splurge their Savings
Will Public Borrowing Continue to Undershoot the OBR's Forecast?
The Housing Market will be Less Buoyant by Year-End
Sterling at Risk of Falling Further Over the Remainder of this Year
First Dosing will be Complete by Early July, Despite April's Slowdown
GDP Likely Edged Up in February, Despite Unchanged Lockdown Rules
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