Reflecting recent positive developments, we think the MPC will vote unanimously to keep policy on hold in its May meeting. It will likely also push

The OPEC+ meeting on 27 April saw oil producers stick to agreements madeearlier in the month. It is expected that the consortium will gradually...

The US Recovery Tracker rose 0.8ppts to 91.2 in the week ended April 16. Improvement in four of the six components kept momentum solid, though the...

Atlanta has recovered 52% of its lost jobs from the pandemic as of Q1, which was in line with the US recovery rate of 52%. Atlanta is expected to...

The EU’s vaccine rollout will continue picking up steam in coming months after a lacklustre performance in Q1. Supply constraints have now been...

Our European Cities Normality Tracker shows the extent to which cities across Europe are moving back towards ‘normality’ following the Covid-19...

A win for pro-independence parties at Scottish elections on May 6 will put Scotland’s exit from the UK back on the political agenda. But in our...

Washington has recovered 49% of its lost jobs from the pandemic as of Q1. This was below the US recovery rate of 52%. Washington is expected to...

Rising raw materials prices, supply-chain disruptions, and surging shipping costs are raising expenses for producers, boosting near-term global...

The budget deficit blew out in FY20 and will widen further in FY21 due to thegovernment’s efforts to cushion the shock of the COVID-19 recession....