No UK recession in 2023 The UK is expected to avoid a technical recession in 2023, according to the Office for Budget Responsibility. But the economy is still expected to shrink by 0.2%. The most common definition of recession is that of a ‘technical recession’ in which there have been two
The IMF forecast cast more doubt on the speed of global economic recovery as Covid-19 cases surge in the U.S. and in the America’s. Doubts over U.S. re-opening resurface and investors start to fret again as stocks lose momentum. Outlook downgraded The International Monetary Fund downgraded its outlook for the
Good news UK and U.S. markets were closed Monday 25th June 2020 – but that didn’t stop European markets roaring ahead yesterday. There are a number of positives for markets to be happy about right now. England is to re-open non-essential shops by mid June. European countries are easing their
Bounce, Recession or Depression? As economists, traders, investors, politicians and media pundits talk of economic recovery, many countries have already entered recession. The latest being Japan, the third largest economy in the world. The UK, Germany, France and Italy have all entered technical recessions. ‘V’ or not to ‘V’ ?
Opinion Are alarm bells ringing or is it just the usual general cyclical market noise? The overall concern to many investors and analysts at the moment is that the global economy has shifted from synchronised growth to one in which expansion is now decreasing. Many of the major countries around