Economics

How OpenAI added a splash of colour to the Beige Book
Economics

How OpenAI added a splash of colour to the Beige Book

Artificial intelligence (AI) offers wide-ranging potential for efficiency gains for economists,...

By Rameet Gulsin

25 Oct 2023

3 min read

Revising up UK GDP: What are the implications?
Economics

Revising up UK GDP: What are the implications?

Recent updates to historic data imply the UK's economic rebound following the COVID-19 pandemic w...
By James CarrickChristopher Jeffery
11 Sep 2023
3 min read
We are never ever getting back together
Tim Drayson
Economics

We are never ever getting back together

Excitement around a US soft landing continues to build, yet we think some of the positive news on...
By Tim Drayson
07 Sep 2023
4 min read
Where is the US recession?
Tim Drayson
Economics

Where is the US recession?

It's the third quarter and still no recession. Has it been postponed or averted?
By Tim Drayson
31 Jul 2023
3 min read
Why manufacturing malaise matters
Economics

Why manufacturing malaise matters

Manufacturing weakness should not be ignored. Although it accounts for just 17% of advanced-econo...

By James Carrick

27 Jun 2023

3 min read

Dividing the cake: can you hear the price-wage echo?
James Carrick
Economics

Dividing the cake: can you hear the price-wage echo?

Firms and workers are fighting over a bigger share of the cake. The problem is the cake is too bi...
By James Carrick
23 May 2023
3 min read
USA: Still on track for recession?
Tim Drayson
Economics

USA: Still on track for recession?

We are approaching the point we have been expecting a US recession to begin. While so far this ha...
By Tim Drayson
16 May 2023
3 min read
A damsel in bank stress
Rameet Gulsin
Economics

A damsel in bank stress

Our US bank stress index is on the rise. We're not quite at global financial crisis levels, but...
By Rameet Gulsin
03 Apr 2023
3 min read