A strong outturn for November took the output measure of GDP above its pre-pandemic peak. Given GDP is likely to have fallen in December, the...

The hit to UK GDP from Omicron is likely to be much smaller than previous Covid waves and the economy will bounce back quickly after a 0.6% m/m drop...

That movements in consumer credit and households’ savings in Novemberreturned to levels more akin to pre-Covid norms offered further indication that...

Though the government has opted to defer a decision on introducing further restrictions until after Christmas, it seems likely that a mix of greater...

The recovery of Canadian metros is continuing in terms of both GDP and employment. We forecast that GDP in Edmonton and Calgary will grow by more...

The short-term outlook for China and its cities has weakened slightly this quarter. New headwinds from the property sector slowdown join the existing...

Industrial production will lag services growth globally going into 2022 as supply-chain pressures continue to bite and the post-pandemic recovery in...

Despite the uncertainty caused by the surge in Omicron cases, the BoE raised interest rates to 0.25% this week. This marks a clear change of tack,...

The ECB took significant steps to tighten its highly accommodative policy stance over the course of 2022 on the back of upwardly revised growth and...

Even though Omicron is casting a huge shadow over the UK economy, the BoE today raised Bank Rate to 0.25% signalling a clear change of tack. Shifting...