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UK Economics > UK Economics Weekly — Real pay finally turns the cornerJapan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — Can robots help offset adverse demographics?UK Economics > UK Data Response — Labour Market Data (Feb./Mar 14.)Global Economics > Global Economic Outlook — West to outperform EastEuropean Economics > European Economic Outlook — Deflation dangers persistUS Economics > US Economics Update — Latest labour market data refute Yellen's slack claimsCanada Economics > Canada Data Response — Labour Force Survey (Mar.)US Economics > US Data Response — Employment Report (Mar.)European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — What do jobs data imply for the peripheral occupier markets?This article appears in multiple services — Falling inflation enhances recovery prospects
European Economics > European Chart Book — Euro-zone recovery gradually building momentumEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone Unemployment (Feb.) & Final Manu. PMI (Mar.)China Economics > China Data Response — Manufacturing PMIs (Mar.)Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Labour Cash Earnings (Feb.)Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Tankan (Q1)Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Retail Sales, Unemployment & Consumer Prices (Feb.)US Economics > US Economics Update — Will the long-term unemployed ever get back to work?US Economics > US Employment Report Preview — Weather effects starting to reverseEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Chart Book — Asia's consumer sector is picking upChina Economics > China Data Response — HSBC/Markit Flash Manufacturing PMI (Mar.)
Canada Economics > Canada Economics Weekly — Demographics to weigh on economic growth and interest ratesEuropean Economics > European Economics Weekly — Rebalancing to weigh on euro-zone inflation furtherThis article appears in multiple services — Labour Data (Jan./Feb.) & MPC Minutes (Mar.)US Economics > US Economics Update — There is no hidden rot in the jobs numbersThis article appears in multiple services — Labour Market Monitor (Mar.)US Economics > US Economics Weekly — Fed won’t ignore faster wage growthEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economic Outlook — Ukraine crisis clouds outlook, but Central Europe recoveringJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — Business Outlook Survey (Q1)UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Focus (Individual Cities & Regions) — Newcastle: growth hampered by remote locationUS Economics > US Economics Update — Pick-up in wage growth may be genuine
US Economics > US Economic Outlook — Economy will bounce back from weather disruptionUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — West Midlands looking good, and probably the South West tooUS Economics > US Data Response — Employment Report (Feb.) & Int. Trade (Jan.)Canada Economics > Canada Data Response — Labour Force Survey (Feb.) & Int. Trade (Jan.)Global Economics > Global Economics Chart Book — Still on course for steady recoveryThis article appears in multiple services — Real pay squeeze continuing to easeJapan Economics > Japan Chart Book — The calm before the stormJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — Labour Cash Earnings (Jan.)US Economics > US Economics Weekly — Fed needs to revise forward guidance soonEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone Flash CPI (Feb.) & Unemployment (Jan.)
Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Retail Sales, Industrial Production & Consumer Prices (Jan.)US Economics > US Employment Report Preview — Payrolls once again hit by bad weatherUS Economics > US Chart Book — Falling unemployment rate forces Fed into rethinkChina Economics > China Economics Update — Would Hong Kong benefit from higher interest rates?China Economics > China Data Response — HSBC/Markit Flash Manufacturing PMI (Feb.)This article appears in multiple services — Labour Data (Dec./Jan.) & MPC Minutes (Feb.)Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — Egypt: economic growth too slow to bring down unemploymentThis article appears in multiple services — Labour Market Monitor (Feb.)US Economics > US Economics Update — Making sense of the weather effectUS Economics > US Economics Update — Indicators point to labour market strength
Africa Economics > Africa Economics Update — South African labour market conditions remain toughUS Economics > US Data Response — Employment Report (Jan.)Canada Economics > Canada Data Response — Labour Force Survey (Jan.)Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Falling real wages partly mitigated by rising employmentEuropean Economics > European Chart Book — Brighter signs don't preclude need for more policy actionThis article appears in multiple services — Outlook for 2014 still brightCanada Economics > Canada Economics Update — Stronger wages and salaries growth unlikely to lastEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone Flash CPI (Jan.) & Unemployment (Dec.)US Economics > US Employment Report Preview — Payrolls rebound as weather effects fadeGlobal Economics > Global Economics Update — How do the US and UK labour markets compare?
Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Small Business Confidence (Jan.)This article appears in multiple services — Is the unemployment rate an outlier?UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — North East unemployment nearly double the South East's rateThis article appears in multiple services — Unemployment still well above an "equilibrium" rateChina Economics > China Data Response — HSBC/Markit Flash Manufacturing PMI (Jan.)China Economics > China Economics Update — Shrinking workforce not a major growth riskThis article appears in multiple services — Labour Data, MPC Mins (Jan.) & Pub. Fin. (Dec.)UK Economics > UK Economics Update — Labour Market Monitor (Jan.13)Japan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — “Wage surprise” more likely to be a damp squibGlobal Economics > Global Economic Outlook — A brighter outlook
China Economics > China Economics Update — Why the hukou matters less than many thinkEuropean Economics > European Economic Outlook — Deflation dangers cast shadow over recoveryCanada Economics > Canada Economics Update — Businesses still remain in cautious moodCanada Economics > Canada Data Response — Labour Force Survey (Dec.)US Economics > US Data Response — Employment Report (Dec.)UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — South East, East Midlands and London lead the wayUK Economics > UK Quarterly Review — The leader of the pack?European Economics > European Chart Book — Deflationary pressures still buildingEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone Unemployment (Nov.) & Retail Sales (Nov.)This article appears in multiple services — Falling unemployment unlikely to prompt rate hike
European Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone Flash CPI (Dec.), PPI (Nov.) & Ger. Unemp. (Dec.)European Economics > European Economics Update — Spanish prospects are improving, but only graduallyUS Economics > US Employment Report Preview — Labour market conditions still improving graduallyEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Chart Book — Thailand ends the year in crisisThis article appears in multiple services — Labour Data (Oct./Nov.) & MPC Minutes (Dec.)US Economics > US Chart Book — Retail sales growth acceleratingThis article appears in multiple services — Labour Market Monitor (Dec.)This article appears in multiple services — Is wage growth about to pick up?European Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone Employment (Q3)UK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Growth in workforce will help keep interest rates down
Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Watch — Taking stock of Saudi Arabia’s migrant crackdownUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — East Midlands reportedly doing well, unlike the West MidlandsGlobal Economics > Global Economics Chart Book — Economic activity picks up furtherCanada Economics > Canada Data Response — Labour Force Survey (Nov.)US Economics > US Data Response — Employment (Nov.) & Income/Spending (Oct.)European Economics > European Chart Book — Weak growth & strong euro keep pressure on ECBThis article appears in multiple services — Inflation easing despite stronger recoveryUS Economics > US Data Response — International Trade (Oct.) & ADP Payrolls (Nov.)Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Labour Cash Earnings (Oct.)European Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone Flash CPI (Nov.) & Unemployment (Oct.)
Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Consumer Prices, Unemployment, Industrial Production (Oct.), Manufacturing PMI (Nov.)European Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone EC Survey, German Unemp. (Nov.) & Spa. GDP (Q3)Canada Economics > Canada Economics Update — Low quality job creation to restrain income growthUS Economics > US Employment Report Preview — Good enough to taper?Japan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — Is Japan's dual labour market such a big problem?US Economics > US Economics Focus — Drop in participation rate more structural than cyclicalMiddle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — Public jobs no solution to high MENA unemploymentThis article appears in multiple services — Bank of England Inflation Report (Nov.)This article appears in multiple services — Underemployment will keep wage pressure subduedCanada Economics > Canada Data Response — Labour Force Survey (Oct.)
US Economics > US Data Response — Employment Report (Oct.)This article appears in multiple services — Ageing population need not hit workforce growth too hardGlobal Economics > Global Economics Chart Book — Encouraging start to the fourth quarterEuropean Economics > European Chart Book — ECB likely to soften stance but refrain from actionThis article appears in multiple services — Recovery strengthens and broadensUK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — North West towards the front, not the back, of the packUS Economics > US Employment Report Preview — Accounting for the government shutdownEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone Flash CPI (Oct.) & Unemployment (Sep.)European Economics > European Economics Update — Any fall in French unemployment will be largely illusoryJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — Manufacturing PMI (Oct.) & Labour Cash Earnings (Sep.)
US Economics > US Data Response — Consumer Prices (Sep.) & ADP Payrolls (Oct.)Africa Economics > Africa Economics Update — Fall in South African unemployment needs contextJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — Unemployment Rate, Retail Sales (Sep.) & Small Business Confidence (Oct.)US Economics > US Economics Weekly — What's behind the slowdown in jobs growth?European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Euro-zone still on track for a grinding recoveryUS Economics > US Data Response — Employment Report (Sep 13.)Africa Economics > Africa Watch — Why South Africa needs a weaker randThis article appears in multiple services — ILO unemployment won’t necessarily follow claimant count downThis article appears in multiple services — Labour Market Data (Aug./Sep.)UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Update — Regeneration in east London will help, but not drive, London's growth
This article appears in multiple services — Labour Market Monitor (Oct.)Canada Economics > Canada Economics Weekly — New housing activity spread signalling slowdown aheadCanada Economics > Canada Data Response — Labour Force Survey (Sep.)Japan Economics > Japan Chart Book — As good as it gets?European Economics > European Economic Outlook — Growth prospects improve, but crisis unresolvedUK Economics > UK Quarterly Review — Recovery, but the right sort?European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Peripheral labour markets are healing, but very slowlyThis article appears in multiple services — Confidence in the recovery strengthensEuropean Economics > European Chart Book — Falling inflation increases scope for monetary easingEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone Unemployment (Aug. 13) & Final Manu. PMI (Sep.13)
Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Labour Cash Earnings & Unemployment Rate (Aug.)UK Consumer > UK Consumer Update — Should retailers be worried by the minimum wage proposals?US Economics > US Employment Report Preview — Could we be in for an upside payrolls surprise?European Economics > European Economics Update — Dutch labour market downturn to deepenThis article appears in multiple services — Workforce to receive boost from Romanians and BulgariansEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone Labour Costs (Q2) & Final CPI (Aug.)US Economics > US Economics Weekly — Labour market still strengtheningThis article appears in multiple services — Are we really a nation of estate agents?Global Economics > Global Economics Update — Unemployment to fall slowly as global economy recovers