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Germany – 2018-2019 scenario: Outlook at Q1-2018

  • Edition april 20, 2018

    After a strong growth in 2017, we expect activity growth to be also robust in 2018 and a slight slowdown in 2019. The unemployment rate has not yet reached its bottom and underemployed part-time workers represent a potential source of additional workforce to meet the increased demand. Domestic demand remains the main pillar of growth, while external demand may suffer from a more protectionist environment than in the past.

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World - Macroeconomic Scenario for 2018-2019: When it comes to growth, better may prove to be the enemy of good

  • Edition April 4, 2018

    The US fiscal stimulus will boost US growth to the point of driving it to dangerous, but still distant, heights. Bringing it down gently from there will be a difficult task for US monetary policy. The natural slowing of the European cycle and the consolidation of growth in the emerging sphere can thus continue, subject to two conditions: no excessive tightening by the Federal Reserve and no all-out trade war. These two risks do not seem imminent, however, and a ‘reasonable' amount of optimism seems to be in order still.

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World - Macroeconomic Scenario for 2018-2019: Economic and financial forecasts

United Kingdom – Brexit: considerable progress, but the hardest part is yet to come

  • Edition 28 March 2018

    Considerable progress was made in the Brexit negotiations over the last few weeks. The main advances have been the translation into legal terms of the political commitments made when the preliminary divorce agreement was reached on 8 December 2017. These concern the divorce bill and the rights of UK and EU nationals. The negotiators have also agreed on a transition period until the end of 2020.

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United Kingdom – Bank of England to step up its pace of tightening slightly

  • Edition February 14, 2018

    The BoE unanimously decided to leave its monetary policy unchanged at its February meeting, but surprised markets with a hawkish stance. The BoE indicated that "monetary policy would need to be tightened somewhat earlier and by a somewhat greater extent over the forecast period" than anticipated in November. We now expect the next rate hike in May, while we maintain our forecast for one additional rate increase in November this year and one in August next year.

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United Kingdom – 2018-2019 Scenario: Outlook at Q4-2017

  • Edition 26 January 2018

    Brexit will be the dominant theme over the next few years. 2018 will be marked by the negotiations on a transition phase and on the future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union, while negotiations on the free-trade agreement should begin in 2019. Our central scenario is based on the key assumption that a withdrawal agreement will be reached between the UK and the EU under the terms of Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty.

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Germany – 2017-2018 scenario: Outlook at Q4-2017

  • Edition January 17, 2018

    Our scenario for the German activity is based on a solid growth of 2.6% in 2017 and 2018. It's mainly supported by a strong domestic demand driven by both private consumption and productive investment. However, the surge in net exports also seems to contribute more sustainably to this phase of expansion of the economic cycle.

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