Will a savings splurge materialise?

UK households have accumulated unprecedented savings during the pandemic, potentially offering the fuel for a consumer boom when the economy reopens. But what are the factors which will influence just how profligate, or prudent, savers prove to be? And will the release of pent-up cash prove to be a flood or a trickle?

This webinar was originally broadcast at the following times:

  • EMEA – Wednesday 28th April | 10:00 BST
  • Americas – Friday 30th April | 16:00 EDT
  • APAC – Friday 30th April | 10:00 HKT

Andrew P Goodwin
Andrew Goodwin

Associate Director

Andrew P Goodwin

Andrew Goodwin

Associate Director

Andrew Goodwin | Associate Director

Andrew Goodwin is an Associate Director in our Macro & Investor Services team, where he is responsible for our UK macroeconomic forecast. Andrew contributes regular articles to a number of our publications and also edits the quarterly UK Economic Outlook. He regularly commentates on the UK economic outlook in the print and broadcast media.

 

Martin Beck

Lead Economist 

Martin Beck

Lead Economist 

Martin Beck | Lead Economist 

Martin Beck is a Lead Economist at Oxford Economics. He is responsible for forecasting and monitoring the UK economy and works on a variety of UK macro-related consultancy projects. Martin contributes regular articles to a number of our publications and is also responsible for OE’s forecast for the Irish economy.

Prior to working for Oxford Economics, Martin spent almost two years at Capital Economics, where he worked on Capital’s UK macro and UK consumer services. He was responsible for producing UK macroeconomic analysis and forecasts on a national, sectoral and industry level. Before joining Capital, Martin spent 11 years as an economist in HM Treasury, where he worked in a variety of macroeconomic, microeconomic and policy roles. Martin has a first class degree in economics and a Master’s degree with distinction in economics from the University of London.

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