The net economic effect of Omicron – a blow to social consumption but a boost to health output from testing and vaccinations – resulted in only a...

There are two factors explaining this. Omicron stifled activity in December 2021 and the opening part of the new year, leading us to downgrade our...

The Levelling Up White Paper contains nothing to cause us to revise our forecasts for the UK’s various nations and regions, let alone the UK as a...

The latest data point to a strong recovery underway in London in Q4 2021. But this pace of expansion will have been hit by the Omicron Covid-19...

We have lowered our Greater London GDP forecast to 5.4% in 2022 after 5.7% in 2021. Inner London sees 5.5% growth in both years. This reflects the...

The easy gains from re opening the London economy have now mostly been realised, and the visitor economy is still weak. Meanwhile, mounting pressures...

Continued strength in the latest labour market data has led us to strengthen our London employment forecast. We now expect workplace based employment...

Although the ‘ pingdemic ’ in July raised concerns about the UK economic recovery, the evidence is that activity has continued to expand, even if the...

Rising coronavirus cases have resulted in London moving further from normality throughout June and into July. London’s normality score in mid-July...

There has been a rise in Covid 19 cases , exacerbated by the more transmissible Delta variant. As a result, the Oxford Economics Normality Tracker...