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Dr Arno Hantzsche

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Dr Garry Young

Posted: 16 August, 2019 - 08:06

Last week, Chancellor Sajid Javid announced a fast-tracked one-year spending round to pin down expenditure limits for government departments in the 2020-21 fiscal year. According to his announcements, the round will account for spending commitments made by the Prime Minister since he came to office while continuing “to keep borrowing under control and debt falling by meeting the existing fiscal rules”

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Marta Lopresto

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Dr Garry Young

Posted: 14 December, 2018 - 12:19

Earnings growth continues to surprise to the upside. According to new ONS statistics published earlier this week, UK average weekly earnings (AWE) expanded by 3.3 per cent (excl. bonus) and 3.4 per cent (incl. bonus) in the three months to October compared to the year before.

Building on the official data, we think that earnings growth still has room to pick up further. Our econometric models suggest that UK earnings will continue to accelerate going into the New Year. 

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Marta Lopresto

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Amit Kara

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Dr Garry Young

Posted: 5 July, 2018 - 18:12

For more than twenty years, following the pioneering work of Martin Weale and our colleagues, NIESR provided the only published estimates of monthly GDP for the United Kingdom.  Starting next Tuesday, 10th July 2018, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) will for the first time publish an official monthly GDP series. 

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Prof Jagjit S. Chadha

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Dr Monique Ebell

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Dr Garry Young

Posted: 5 January, 2018 - 12:17

Three senior members of the Institute were asked by the FT for their views on the year ahead.  In the interests on transparency, we publish those replies.  The answers given are from the Director, Professor Jagjit Chadha (JC), the Director of Macroeconomic Modelling and Forecasts, Dr. Garry Young (GY), and the Associate Research Director for Trade, Investment and Productivity, Dr Monique Ebell (ME).