After enduring one of the deepest downturns in 2020, the UK has enjoyed one of the strongest rebounds in 2021. The ‘easy’ gains from reopening are...

Ordinarily, the strength of recent survey evidence would have tilted the balance further toward a rise in Bank Rate next month. But the discovery...

On Wednesday 3rd November, Oxford Economics hosted its quarterly UK & Global Outlook Conference. This invite-only event for our key clients and...

On Wednesday 3rd November, Oxford Economics hosted its quarterly UK & Global Outlook Conference. This invite-only event for our key clients and...

The latest GDP numbers were a mixed bag. Growth accelerated to a three-month high in September, but this was almost wholly due to higher health...

Rising odds of an early rate hike have brought the BoE’s guidance on when it will start reversing course on asset purchases into sharper focus....

This report is more than a traditional economic impact study, as it also describes the environmental and social impact of this company. Using...

Repeatedly hawkish comments from BoE Governor Bailey suggest that the MPC is preparing the ground for a rate rise. Consequently, we now forecast a...

The UK economy made more progress in August in returning to its pre-Covid size. But supply-side friction and pressure on spending power from...

Government support schemes have been hugely successful in mitigating the financial consequences of the pandemic to consumers. But at the same time...