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  • Oct 29 2020

    We had expected the #ECB to provide strong hints it would provide additional stimulus in December but the clarity of its message and unanimous nature surprised even us. We now expect a €500bn increase in the PEPP envelope, up from €200bn previously:

  • Oct 29 2020

    Bidenomics’ positive impacts for US industries and regions

  • Oct 29 2020

    Air Passenger Forecasts: Looking beyond the current crisis

  • Oct 29 2020

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  • Oct 29 2020

    With the current tranche of asset purchases due to be completed soon and the economic backdrop worsening, we expect the MPC to sign off on a further £75bn of asset purchases at next week's meeting. Our preview can be found here:

  • Oct 29 2020

    New measures to curb the 2nd wave of Covid infections will weigh on the German economy in November. But the measures are much less strict than in spring. We expect a small fall in GDP in Q4, with a repeat of the record-breaking contraction of H1 unlikely:

  • Oct 29 2020

    We think a Biden win in the US election would have a modest positive impact on the growth outlook for China. But it would be unlikely to significantly change the overall US policy stance vis-a-vis China on economic issues. We explain why here: