Bank of England: An Economic Outlook


Bank of England: An Economic Outlook


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As the UK economy begins to recover from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, Iain Duff, Deputy Agent for Scotland, Bank of England, will set out the Bank of England’s view on current and future economic conditions.

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Iain will provide an overview of the current global and UK economic outlook including the Bank’s view on output growth, consumer and corporate demand, business investment, costs and prices. It will also consider the UK labour market including wage pressures. It will conclude by setting out the Bank’s current forecasts for GDP and consumer prices.

Speaker Details Iain joined the Bank in March 2009. After graduating with a BA(Hons) in Applied Economics from Dundee Institute of Technology, now University of Abertay, Dundee, Iain was employed as an economic researcher in various universities throughout the country including Liverpool, St. Andrews and Dundee where his main interests were in macroeconomics and regional economic development. In 1996 Iain joined the Scottish Council for Development and Industry as a Policy Research Officer before being appointed Chief Economist and Policy Manager in 1998.

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Start time - 12.30pm

Finish - 1.30pm