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UK Economics Focus

29 January, 2019

Going it alone on monetary and fiscal policy

Two of our big non-consensus calls are that in time fiscal policy will become more supportive for the economy than the Chancellor’s current plans suggest and that interest rates will rise a bit more quickly than the markets and most forecasters have been anticipating.

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