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Brexit Fears Ease
Last week two of the UK's leading economic forecasters concluded that Brexit is unlikely to cause a sharp slowdown in UK growth over the next three years. This is big news.
UK
15 Feb 2017
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Trumpenomics, Tailwinds And Headwinds
Before the US election many commentators thought a victory for Donald Trump would be a Brexit-like moment, fuelling uncertainty and hitting equities, business confidence and growth.
UK
28 Nov 2016
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Assessing Mr Trump's Economic Policies
Donald Trump's policies are as unconventional as his campaign rhetoric. On the face of it Mr Trump may be about to upend the Washington consensus on immigration, government debt, free trade and America's role in the world.
UK
17 Nov 2016
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China Weakness = Lower Interest Rates For Longer
Last Thursday America's Federal Reserve announced that it was maintaining interest rates at their historic low levels. On the face of it the decision seems puzzling.
Worldwide
29 Sep 2015
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Ian Stewart Comments On Today's Budget Announcement
Mr Osborne is offering a vision for the next Parliament of rising incomes, debt reduction and a little less austerity.
UK
8 Jul 2015
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Growth Forecasts Announced In The Budget
Mr Osborne’s message is that Britain’s on the mend, but he needs time to finish the job.
UK
19 Mar 2014
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Deloitte Monday Briefing: A Brief History Of Government Debt
The crisis over the US debt ceiling shows how the prosperity and stability of nations is bound up with government borrowing.
UK
15 Oct 2013
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Sticking With Plan A - Ian Stewart, Chief Economist at Deloitte, Comments On The Autumn Statement
Sticking With Plan A - Ian Stewart, Chief Economist at Deloitte, Comments On The Autumn Statement
UK
5 Dec 2012
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Deloitte Monday Briefing: Ireland Adjusts
The Monday Briefing, written by Ian Stewart, Deloitte's Chief Economist in the UK, gives a personal view on topical financial and economic issues.
UK
13 Aug 2012
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