Fiscal policy takes centre stage as monetary activism loses traction: will it make any difference?
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- Fathom’s own measure of economic activity in China – the CMI – stood at 2.2% in February, unchanged from the January reading, but a whisker below December’s 2.3%.
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In our latest quarterly forecast — due to be presented at an event hosted by Thomson Reuters on 10th May — we argued that the UK had been growing at an unsustainable pace for the past few years and that some slowdown was inevitable, with or without the EU referendum. Last week’s labour market and retail sales data were both weak, and commentators were quick to lay the blame at the door of the upcoming EU referendum. But are we really seeing anything more than the inevitable slowdown that must follow several years of above trend growth?
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Fathom Financial Consulting Director Erik Britton analyses the data with Bloomberg’s Manus Cranny and Anna Edwards on “Countdown.” …
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Erik Britton, director at Fathom Financial Consulting, Breaking Down the BOJ’s Policy Decision Bloomberg’s with Anna Edwards and Manus Cranny on “Countdown.” (Source: Bloomberg)