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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...
In one line: Growth is slowing; expect a further deceleration over the summer.
The story of the U.K. economy's underperformance relative to its international peers remains intact after the Q1 national accounts.
The hawkish surprise last week from the U.S. Fed has left many investors questioning whether the MPC will follow suit this Thursday.
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.
In one line: Growth in line with expectations; May likely saw further progress.
The manufacturing sector currently is enjoying a remarkably strong recovery.
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?
The Economy Continued to Hibernate in February, But will Wake Up Soon
GDP Likely Edged Up in February, Despite Unchanged Lockdown Rules
Economy Still on Course for a Post- Lockdown Recovery, but no Boom
GDP is Rebounding, Despite Little Change in Lockdown Rules
Big Trade Deficits Likely will Return Later this Year
GDP is Receiving a Shot in the Arm from Rising Healthcare Spending
January GDP Likely was Less Dreadful than the Consensus Expects
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