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UK Markets

This service builds on our experienced economists’ comprehensive understanding of macroeconomic drivers and complements the UK Economics service, providing unrivalled independent analysis with a particular focus on UK financial markets. Many of the documents available in this stream are drawn from the UK Economics Service, with an emphasis on those which would benefit Treasury departments. The flagship UK Markets Analyst provides forecasts and discussion of the key drivers of markets and the risks that lie ahead.

The subscription to this service includes 3-5 emailed publications a week, access to our online research archive and our economists, and the opportunity to attend our conferences, forums and webinars.

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Publications include:

  • UK Rapid Response

    Instant analysis of data or events.
  • UK Data Response

    Short notes, usually sent out about an hour after important data releases.
  • UK Economics Update

    Short and timely commentaries on economic or market issues and events.
  • UK Economics Weekly

    Provides the reader with a snapshot view of both the current situation and the week ahead.
  • MPC Watch

    Gives a view on the forthcoming rate setting meeting of the central bank.
  • UK Economics Chart Book

    Aims to give a monthly snapshot view of the economy in chart form.
  • UK Markets Chart Book

    Analyses developments in UK financial markets, including gilts, money markets, equities and the exchange rate, and puts them in an economic and historical context.
  • UK Markets Analyst

    A regular economic “reality check” on UK asset markets, including bonds, equities and property.

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UK Markets

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The Trouble with Europe

by Roger Bootle

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