UK Economics

UK Economic Outlook

15 October, 2018

At a crossroads

Rising real wage growth should pave the way for a consumer recovery next year. At the same time, the lifting of Brexit-related uncertainty will set the stage for a sharp rebound in investment spending. This should allow GDP growth to quicken from a miserly 1.3% in 2018 to about 2% in 2019 and 2020. Note that this is predicated on our assumption of a “soft” Brexit, with a status quo transition period paving the way for a free trade agreement with the EU after this 21-month period. However, the

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