Economic Review – March 2019

Our monthly economic review is intended to provide background to recent developments in investment markets. The bulletin also gives an indication of how some key issues could impact in the future.

As the uncertainty of Brexit continues, this month we report positive news for the UK with the Chancellor discovering he has a larger than expected budget surplus and record employment levels. We also include updates on worldwide markets.

Our update this month includes the following headlines:

  • MPs secure no-deal Brexit veto
  • Chancellor receives timely deficit boost
  • Markets
  • Employment rises to new record high
  • UK Economy suffers slowdown

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