Bank of England – an update on the UK economy
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02 December, 2021

6:30 pm - 8:00 pm GMT

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Bank of England – an update on the UK economy

Location: Virtual

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    Event

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    Conference

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    1h

Your CIMA East Midlands & East Anglia Area are delighted to invite you to hear from Phil Eckersley, Agent for South East & East Anglia Agency, at the Bank of England, who will be giving this update, which will cover forecast expectations published in the Bank’s latest Monetary Policy Report (MPR), focusing on inflation, growth, and unemployment.

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Programme outline

Phil will use a wide range of economic indicators to highlight current economic conditions, and expectations of future demand, output, and employment.

The learning outcomes from Phil’s presentation include:

  • How the various economic indicators help condition demand.
  • Why supply is important.
  • How interest rates / monetary policy are used to help control the economy.

Who will benefit ?

Those of you who are interested in the economy, whether for business or personal reasons.

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Speaker’s details:

Phil Eckersley, Agent for South East & East Anglia Agency, at the Bank of England, joined the Bank in 1987, having spent three years teaching economics and mathematics in south east London.

After four years working as a statistician on money supply data, Phil moved to the Bank’s management's accounts office where he provided detailed cost briefings to Governors and Directors.

In 1994 Phil joined the Bank’s Agency Network as acting Deputy Agent for the South East & East Anglia Agency. In 2002 he moved to become Agent for Northern Ireland, then in October 2008 he was appointed to be the Agent for the South East & East Anglia Agency.

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