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European Economics > European Economic Outlook — Growth to slow as temporary boosts fadeMiddle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — Saudi Arabia can afford to ride out a period of low oil pricesEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Chart Book — Russia’s economy slumps, growth weakens in TurkeyUK Economics > UK Quarterly Review — Don’t underestimate the economy’s hidden slackEmerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economic Outlook — In the footsteps of the Fed?Japan Economics > Japan Economics Update — Should we be worried about the negative saving rate?Global Economics > Global Economic Outlook — Oiling the wheelsEuropean Economics > European Economic Outlook — Crisis 2.0?UK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Autumn Statement 2014: Staying the courseEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Erdogan presidency means more of the same for Turkey’s economy
Latin America Economics > Latin America Focus — Brazil Election Watch: A blueprint for reformJapan Economics > Japan Economics Focus — How big are the risks from a deteriorating current account?China Economics > China Economics Update — China set to take next step towards deposit rate liberalisationChina Economics > China Economics Update — The view from the ground – Q2 2014China Economics > China Economics Update — Why the hukou matters less than many thinkUK Consumer > UK Consumer Analyst — Spending outlook brightensEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Focus — Why Turkish savings need to riseLatin America Economics > Latin America Focus — Why Brazil must save to investThis article appears in multiple services — Do new pensions rules brighten the investment outlook?European Economics > European Economics Update — Deleveraging in Denmark: what lessons for other Nordics?
UK Consumer > UK Consumer Update — Rise in spending fuelled by drop in savingEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Cyprus: Disaster averted, but with lasting effectsUS Economics > US Economics Update — Economy-wide deleveraging may be overUS Economics > US Data Response — Personal Income & Spending (Jan.)Africa Economics > Africa Economics Update — Angolan SWF is a (small) step in the right directionUK Consumer > UK Consumer Update — Pensions auto-enrolment another factor pushing up savingUS Economics > US Economics Update — Businesses are not hoarding more cashGlobal Markets > Global Markets Update — China’s smaller savings surplus little threat to TreasuriesUS Economics > US Chart Book — Spring slowdown flows into summerEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Focus — Drop in Polish savings rate points to consumer slowdown
UK Economics > UK Economics Focus — How will firms and households fare?This article appears in multiple services — Is the household saving adjustment complete?UK Consumer > UK Consumer Monthly — A soft start to the festive periodEmerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Focus — Russia unlikely to remain a 'super saver' for very longThis article appears in multiple services — Falling saving can't sustain the consumer recoveryThis article appears in multiple services — Pension funds vulnerable to renewed economic slowdownUK Consumer > UK Consumer Update — Consumer adjustment not over yetThis article appears in multiple services — Consumer adjustment not over yetThis article appears in multiple services — Saving rate still some way from peakingUK Consumer > UK Consumer Update — Saving rate still some way from peaking
This article appears in multiple services — Rate cuts still positive for consumer spendingUK Consumer > UK Consumer Update — Rate cuts still positive for consumer spendingThis article appears in multiple services — Can consumers keep spending?UK Consumer > UK Consumer Update — Can consumers keep spending?UK Consumer > UK Consumer Focus — The outlook for household savingsUK Economics > UK Economics Focus — The outlook for household savingsUK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Is household saving really as low as it looks?UK Consumer > UK Consumer Focus — Is household saving really as low as it looks?UK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Record low saving threatens spending outlookUK Consumer > UK Consumer Focus — Saving for old age presents a long-term threat to spending
UK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Saving for old age presents a long-term threat to spendingUK Consumer > UK Consumer Focus — Are UK households saving at all?UK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Are UK households saving at all?UK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Corporate recovery at threat from pension fund deficitsUK Consumer > UK Consumer Focus — Higher savings still the key threat to household spendingUK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Higher savings still the key threat to household spending