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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.
10th Jun 2021 18:00U.K.
While the housing market is running hot this year, remortgaging activity has remained extremely weak.
7th Jun 2021 18:00U.K.
Recent indicators of economic activity are not as uniformly positive as we hoped.
4th Jun 2021 00:00U.K.
April's money and credit data suggest that the economic recovery is progressing, but not at a stellar rate.
2nd Jun 2021 18:00U.K.
The Public Finances are Healing, But not as Rapidly as April's Data Imply
25th May 2021 18:00U.K.
What will Follow Households' Summer Spending Spree?
24th May 2021 00:00U.K.
Is an Early General Election Likely, Once the FTPA has been Scrapped?
11th May 2021 18:00U.K.
Sterling's Rally Looks Short-Sighted; IndyRef2 Still More Likely than Not
10th May 2021 18:00U.K.
Mortgage Lending to Remain High Through the Summer
4th May 2021 18:00U.K.
Will Public Borrowing Continue to Undershoot the OBR's Forecast?
26th Apr 2021 18:00U.K.
Economy Still on Course for a Post- Lockdown Recovery, but no Boom
31st Mar 2021 18:00U.K.
The Days of Strong Workforce Growth are Long Gone
30th Mar 2021 18:00U.K.
The Recovery in Retail Sales will Fall Flat, After the Q2 Upswing
29th Mar 2021 00:00U.K.
January's Fall in the Unemployment Rate Wasn't a Fluke
23rd Mar 2021 18:00U.K.
The Chancellor has Engineered a Soft Landing for the Housing Market
9th Mar 2021 18:00U.K.
A Swifter Recovery At First, But Constraints to Emerge Next Year
8th Mar 2021 00:00U.K.
On balance, the risks to the OBR's new public borrowing forecasts are skewed to the upside.
5th Mar 2021 08:13U.K.
Chancellor Sunak's second Budget was bolder than widely expected, both in terms of the ne arterm fiscal support provided and the tax rises planned for future years.
3rd Mar 2021 18:00U.K.
3 Mar 2021 The New Financing Remit Should Becalm the Gilt Market
2nd Mar 2021 18:00U.K.
1 Mar 2021 Scarring will Exceed the OBR's Expectations, Necessitating Tax Rises
1st Mar 2021 00:00U.K.
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