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Rory Fennessy on Apr 16, 2021
Lockdown measures likely caused the economy to contract by 1.5% in Q1, but we see growth recovering strongly throughout the rest of the year. Given
James Watson on Mar 29, 2021
The fastest rise in virus cases of the pandemic so far, a lacklustre vaccine rollout, and a stringent lockdown are dragging on Norway’s economy....
Chris Portman on Mar 23, 2021
A return to growth in H2 last year, helped by a partial re-opening of tourism, limited the full-year 2020 GDP decline to 6.6%. Swiftly-launched...
Rory Fennessy on Mar 17, 2021
The Danish economy outperformed our expectations with a 0.6% q/q expansion in Q4 2020 after the economy proved more resilient than anticipated in...
Katharina Koenz on Mar 11, 2021
As infections in Finland have been on the rise since February, the government declared a state of emergency on 1 March, and imposed tighter...
Neal Kilbane on Feb 26, 2021
Stronger than expected GDP growth at the end of 2020 left the economy in abetter position at the start of 2021. However, the extension of stricter...
Neal Kilbane on Feb 17, 2021
Our 2021 GDP growth forecast has been lowered to 2.7% from 2.9% last month due to the containment measures extended into 2021 now expected to take...
Rory Fennessy on Feb 12, 2021
We expect the Danish economy to contract sharply in Q1 due to the extension of the national lockdown through February. The lockdown successfully...
Neal Kilbane on Feb 10, 2021
The Finnish strategy to contain the spread of the coronavirus appears to besuccessful as infection numbers have not accelerated despite virus...
Sarah-Jane Trimble on Jan 27, 2021
Vaccine developments and their implementation has shifted the balance of risks, providing a greater upside potential for the Nordic travel...
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