UK economy looks set to accelerate in 2020

Hi everyone,

Following the landslide victory for the Conservatives last week, which has put the Pound way out in-front for the best performing major currency in 2019. There is more good news expected next year, as the forecast for growth is set at 1.8%, a huge increase to this years 1.3%. Boris Johnson has also pledged to increase Government spending and bring an end to austerity by 2025.

Sterling has continued to perform well since the vote, but rates have yet to calm down and are extremely volatile. The upside is considered to be limited for the rest of the month and it's good to see the Pound at multi-level highs across the board for once!

The BoE meeting on Thursday is a must watch, to see what members think of the election and what they forecast in Q1 next year. For now, we await the date for when the withdrawal agreement will be put before Parliament, which pretty much wipes away a no-deal Brexit. 


 

 

 

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Tuesday, 17th December, 2019


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Wednesday, 18th December, 2019


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Dan Waterman
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