Chief Economist and Strategist
On the day the UK prime minister triggered Article 50, beginning a two-year process that will see the country leave the EU, we find out from our economists what they expect now for the UK economy.
This month's infographic illustrates why we think the global economy still has hurdles to overcome despite a good start to 2017.
Global central bank roundup: while the Federal Reserve moves towards normalisation of interest rates, it appears to remain a remote prospect for Japan and the UK.
A strong US consumer means that US growth looks robust, but Keith Wade thinks rising inflation could pose a headwind towards the end of the year.
Trump’s address to Congress was light on detail but his job creation plans pose inflationary risk, and Fed officials are already taking a more hawkish tone.
In this month's economic infographic we illustrate the threat to global growth posed by rising inflation and Trump's "America first" policies, as well as political risk in Europe.
Concerns about the impact of Brexit and President Donald Trump’s populist policies on growth have been swept aside and growth forecasts are now likely to be upgraded