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Risks of a Double-Dip Recession for the UK economy<br />
Mervyn King predicts choppy times ahead<br />We are facing a difficult time ahead with a slow and prolonged adjustment to ...
Growth is slowing down<br />
Growth slower, prices higher and unemployment rising – not good<br />
What could cause a double-dip?<br />
Consumer confidence on the wane<br />
Many people expect unemployment to rise in the next year<br />
And there are fewer jobs available for those out of work<br />
Retail sales have sagged<br />
Real disposable income is falling<br />
Savers continue to be hit hard by negative real interest rates<br />
Business investment dipping again<br />
The UK mortgage market remains subdued<br />
Few new houses are being built and many lost jobs in building trades<br />
Even with inflation > 4%, interest rates set to stay low<br />
The squeeze on state spending is coming in over the next 3 years<br />
A rising tax burden will cut disposable incomes and domestic demand<br />
Can the UK’s export industries provide a kick-start to a faltering economy?<br />
Growth for a selection of EU countries<br />
Stimulating demand and jobs<br />
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Risks of a Double Dip Recession

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An analysis of recent evidence that the UK economy may experience a double-dip recession

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Risks of a Double Dip Recession

  1. Risks of a Double-Dip Recession for the UK economy<br />
  2. Mervyn King predicts choppy times ahead<br />We are facing a difficult time ahead with a slow and prolonged adjustment to the consequences of the banking and financial crisis<br />Mervyn King, May 2011<br />
  3. Growth is slowing down<br />
  4. Growth slower, prices higher and unemployment rising – not good<br />
  5. What could cause a double-dip?<br />
  6. Consumer confidence on the wane<br />
  7. Many people expect unemployment to rise in the next year<br />
  8. And there are fewer jobs available for those out of work<br />
  9. Retail sales have sagged<br />
  10. Real disposable income is falling<br />
  11. Savers continue to be hit hard by negative real interest rates<br />
  12. Business investment dipping again<br />
  13. The UK mortgage market remains subdued<br />
  14. Few new houses are being built and many lost jobs in building trades<br />
  15. Even with inflation > 4%, interest rates set to stay low<br />
  16. The squeeze on state spending is coming in over the next 3 years<br />
  17. A rising tax burden will cut disposable incomes and domestic demand<br />
  18. Can the UK’s export industries provide a kick-start to a faltering economy?<br />
  19. Growth for a selection of EU countries<br />
  20. Stimulating demand and jobs<br />
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