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PROSPECTS FOR THE UK ECONOMY

  • Arno Hantzsche and Garry Young (a1)
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Thanks to Jagjit Chadha, Barry Naisbitt and Iana Liadze for helpful comments and suggestions. We also thank Patricia Sanchez Juanino for compiling the database. Unless otherwise stated, the source of all data reported in the figures and tables is the NiGEM database and forecast baseline. The UK forecast analysis was completed on 24 January 2020, more recent data is incorporated in the text.

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PROSPECTS FOR THE UK ECONOMY

  • Arno Hantzsche and Garry Young (a1)

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