The reports that Chancellor, Jeremy Hunt, in his Autumn Statement on 17th November will unveil a fiscal tightening of up to £50bn suggests that fiscal policy will soon become a major drag on the economy. The clear risk to our forecast is that the recession is deeper and/or longer than we expect and that interest rates may not need to rise as far.
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