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UK Forecast Forum July 2018

03 July, 2018
Royal Automobile Club, London
  • Is Brexit going wrong?

    Roger Bootle, our Chairman, discusses the following:

    • How has the UK fared since the vote?
    • The negotiations and the likely outcome.
    • The pros and cons of BRINO.
    • How bad would “no deal” be?
    • Impact on the City.
    • Brexit in the round.

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  • How much should we fear a Labour Government?

    Ruth Gregory, our Senior UK Economist, discusses the following:

    • How could Labour come to power?
    • The impact on the economy and the public finances.
    • The implications for Brexit.

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  • The outlook for growth, inflation and monetary policy

    Jonathan Loynes, our Chief Economist, discusses the following:

    • Was Q1’s slowdown just a blip?
    • How far will inflation fall?
    • Will the MPC press ahead with rate hikes?

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  • What does it all mean for UK markets?

    John Higgins, our Chief Markets Economist, discusses the following:

    • What is our central scenario?
    • How would it be affected by the terms of Brexit?
    • Would a Labour government make a big difference?

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