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Economic Viewpoint

February 2021: UK Outlook – An industry perspective required

January 2021: Pandemic effects – Lingering long after the crisis

November 2020: Negative Rates – Impact on savers

October 2020: Coming adrift – Capital markets unmoored from the real economy

August 2020: Brexit – Is complacency setting in?

MAY 2020: Lasting effects — The economy after the pandemic

APRIL 2020: Government Response — Planning for recovery

FEBRUARY 2020: UK interest rates — Set to remain lower for longer

JANUARY 2020: Looking ahead — Political certainty but economic concerns

NOVEMBER 2019: UK remains prepared — Capital markets debt crisis

OCTOBER 2019: Interest rates — Cuts are on the way

AUGUST 2019: Economic growth: Risk is rising

MAY 2018: Urging caution —  Is a UK recession on the cards?

APRIL 2018: Are rate rises inevitable? Employing the rght data.

JANUARY 2018: Challenges ahead —  Looking for growth.

NOVEMBER 2017:  Deeper impact  —  The importance of real disposable incomes

OCTOBER 2017:  Long and winding road  — Ten years on and still feeling the effects

MAY 2017:  Beating uncertainty — Here we go again

APRIL 2017:  Steady as we go or a denial of reality?

FEBRUARY:  Stronger Global Growth

JANUARY 2017:  Looking back  — The UK and global economy in 2016

 

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