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Economic Review – July 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 Brexit limbo continues we look at how the UK and global markets are  performing and the challenges that await the economy. 

Our update this month includes the following headlines:

  • Bank cuts growth forecast
  • Interest Rates remain unchanged
  • Markets
  • Brexit Limbo
  • Shoppers rein in spending

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