The Bank of England (BoE) is expected to return to business as usual in 2021, refocusing its attention on its 2% inflation target, but further economic damage wrought by the coronavirus pandemic and Brexit could spur additional asset purchases and the 'nuclear option' of negative interest rates by the second half of the year.
The Office for Budget Responsibility forecasts anticipate GDP growth of 5.5% in 2021, the strongest growth rate for more than 30 years, but economists warn this could be derailed and the BoE could be forced...
1.6% uptick in construction sector
Clothing and footwear
Fastest economic expansion since 1984 expected
Chancellor promises 'whatever it takes'
Headline GDP falls 9.9% in 2020
Some traits are bigger earners
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