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Tatton Weekly – 8 June 2018

Precarious balancing act: Brexit, the BoE and Housing Tension on the Brexit front this week. On Thursday, Theresa May faced off with Brexit secretary David Davis over her EU “backstop” proposal, which was published after their talks. If no trade…
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Tatton Weekly – 1 June 2018

UK economy – political doldrums create noticeable drag Whether having voted Remain or Leave, the lack of meaningful progress in Brexit talks and the effect this has on the UK economy is not good news. The Italian Job Italy’s political drama not…
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Tatton Weekly – 25th May 2018

Trade Trumplomacy: Advantage China Trade relations had a rollercoaster ride over the past week. On Monday US Treasury Secretary Mnuchin said the US and China were putting the trade war “on hold” while the framework was being discussed which buoyed…
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UK economic growth disappoints

Mounting speculation over inflation drove up government bond yields around the world in the middle of April, and the benchmark UK gilt yield closed as high as 1.54% during April. Sterling rallied against the US dollar in the middle…
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Tatton Weekly – 18th May 2018

UK wages finally outpace inflation, what’s actually going on? Last week, we discussed how a lack of meaningful progress on Brexit talks, by either side, left UK growth prospects looking rather soggy. The Bank of England (BoE) believes economic growth…
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