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FOMC to continue tightening monetary policy this year

• The Minutes to the FOMC’s meeting held last month showed that some Committee members …

The folly of data-dependent monetary policy

When it comes to hiring, businesses appear to have shrugged off Brexit related uncertainty, pushing …

Japan’s GDP – nothing more than a sugar high

Japan’s Cabinet Office takes up to seven weeks after the quarter-end to publish its preliminary …

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Thank Fathom It’s Friday – Premier League lessons for the UK economy

What is the primary challenge facing UK PLC at present? If you thought Brexit, think …

Thank Fathom It’s Friday – If that’s what’s normal now, I don’t want to know

One member of Fathom’s staff yesterday found his journey into work delayed by a swan. …

Thank Fathom It’s Friday – You may dislike economists, but how about politicians?

Economists, and this author is one, regularly score well below average on surveys of public …

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Japan’s GDP – Nothing More Than a Sugar High
The Cabinet Office announced that Japan’s economy grew by an annualised 4.0% in the second quarter of 2017, exceeding the consensus estimate of 2.5% but surprisingly close to the rate implied by our Economic Sentiment Indicator.

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