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Chris Dillow

Savings doubts Official forecasters expect households to save less and borrow more in coming years. This might not happen. ...

14 April 2014

Chris Dillow

About Chris Dillow

Incisive economic commentary plus thoughts on investor behaviour

Recent articles

  1. Inflation "set to stay low"

    17 April 2014

    Inflation could stay low for a long time, at least outside of the housing market.

    Inflation "is set to stay below 2 per cent through to 2016."

  2. When trackers fail

    17 April 2014

    Tracker funds have recently had a rough time. This might not continue.

    In the long-run, the exposure to mega-caps which tracker funds give us shouldn’t hurt us much

  3. Next week's economics: 22-25 April

    17 April 2014

    Growth is shifting from Asia to Europe, and from the personal to manufacturing sectors, next week's numbers could show

    'Although the squeeze on real wages is abating, it is still holding back retail sales'

  4. Euro boost for sterling

    11 April 2014

    Lower interest rates in the euro area might strengthen the pound.

    The Bank of England "might not seriously start to consider raising interest rates until at least late this year".s

  5. The case for buying poverty

    11 April 2014

    Investors in emerging market equities shouldn't look for fast-growing economies but simply poor ones

    Sometimes, investing is easier than the men in suits pretend

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