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  • Oct 26 2020

    Budget brings tax cuts to drive jobs growth

  • Oct 26 2020

    The latest edition of our weekly Coronavirus Watch looks at the uneven nature of the recovery across economies and sectors. While the recovery in retail sales remains strong in many advanced economies, others are experiencing a fresh dip:

  • Oct 26 2020

    China's lead in the post-pandemic economic recovery and significant interest rate differentials over developed economies have helped push up the renminbi in recent months. Our latest note explains why there is room for the renminbi to strengthen further:

  • Oct 26 2020

    Corporate reticence driving changes in flow of funds

  • Oct 23 2020

    A stalling recovery, record-low core inflation and growing risks of a second lockdown raise the pressure on the #ECB to act. But we think they will delay a €200bn boost to the PEPP until December. Click here for our preview of next week's ECB meeting:

  • Oct 23 2020

    Various indicators suggest world trade is recovering but the rebound is partial and uneven across sectors and regions. Services trade is recovering more slowly than goods, with travel and transport exerting a very large drag:

  • Oct 23 2020

    Research Briefing | After the pandemic: Medium-term growth uncertainties

  • Oct 22 2020

    Podcast: Electionomics - What We Know About the Upcoming Election