Economic Review – November 2018

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.

In our review this month we ponder whether the era of austerity has really come to an end, the forecast for UK Growth and positive news on wage growth.

It includes the following headlines:

  • Does the budget signal an end to Austerity?
  • OBR Forecasts modest UK Growth profile
  • Markets
  • Wage growth strongest in almost a decade
  • Business optimism falters amid Brexit uncertainties

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Economic Review November 2018

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