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Premier Li’s drive for stability means doubling down will continue

We don’t doubt that Premier Li Keqiang’s official 2017 growth target of “around 6.5% …

Holding the Bank of Japan captive

It is premature to conclude that the Bank of Japan will increase its ten-year …

Canadian inflation likely to remain soft

Canadian CPI inflation slipped from 2.1% to 2.0% in February, coming in below our …

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History repeating?

38915.9. To this day, that remains the Nikkei 225’s all-time high, reached on 29 December …

Red tape and vacuum cleaners

Curvy bananas. Vacuum cleaners. Eggs by the kilo, not the dozen. These are just some …

Equal participation: a question of time?

It was International Women’s Day (IWD) this week – that time of the year when …

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Introducing Fathom’s UK STAM: Activity slows into the New Year
After the UK voted to leave the EU, forecasters believed that the UK economy would slow substantially. Indeed, we had expected some slowdown even in the event of a ‘Remain’ vote. Yet growth picked-up in the second half of 2016. Despite this, ‘pain deferred’ remains our central view.

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