Andrew Wishart runs our UK Housing service. Having joined Capital Economics via the graduate scheme in 2015, Andrew spent three years working on the UK Economics service before joining the property team to cover the UK housing market. Prior to joining Capital Economics, Andrew worked in the Macroeconomic Analysis team at HM Treasury covering GDP and inflation. Andrew holds a Master’s degree in Economic History from the London School of Economics and an undergraduate degree in Economics from the University of Surrey
UK Drop-In: Spring Budget 2024 – Jeremy Hunt goes shopping for votes
6th March 2024, 3:00PM GMT
The UK Chancellor may use his 6 th March Spring Budget to splash the cash and try to win voter support for the beleaguered Conservative party ahead of an expected election this year. But will his...
US Housing Drop-In: What do falling mortgage rates mean for the market in 2024?
23rd January 2024, 3:00PM GMT
US house prices saw strong gains in 2023, defying widespread expectations for them to fall as surging mortgage rates crimped supply. Will falling borrowing costs in 2024 swamp the market with a wave…