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Still optimistic OBR productivity forecast enables stamp duty giveaway

After repeatedly overestimating UK productivity growth, today the independent Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) finally …

Globalisation’s downward pressure on prices set to ease

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The Phillips curve — rumours of its death are greatly exaggerated

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Fathom’s UK ESI remains more bullish than the official data

The Fathom UK Economic Sentiment Indicator (UK ESI), which distils information from numerous consumer and business surveys, nudged up to 0.6% in October. That improvement was driven by just over half of the surveys included within our ESI, although those more confident in October than in September tended to be business-survey respondents, as opposed to consumers.

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