A review of the quarter's economic trends [November 1983]

Frank Kirwan, Bob Buchanan, Robert Crawford, Frank Harrigan, Iain Jenkins, Iain McNicoll, Lyle Moar, Noreen O'Donnell, David Simpson, Jim Walker, Alison Wingfield, Frank Kirwan (Editor)

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    The British economy is certain to continue growing throughout 1984. Little acceleration of the pace of growth seems likely and some slight deceleration seems the most probable outcome. Consumers' expenditure will be less buoyant than during the current year, with the resulting short fall only partially filled by rising exports and fixed investment. Little acceleration of either earnings or price inflation seems probable and those in employment will see further increases in their real disposable incomes. Corporate profits will continue to improve, facilitating investment and restraining money supply growth. World trade is likely to expand, taking British exports with it, while the somewhat slower pace of domestic growth will restrain imports. Unemployment is likely to remain close to present levels. This Commentary paper also provides an analysis of the current world economic trends.
    LanguageEnglish
    Pages1-11
    Number of pages11
    JournalQuarterly Economic Commentary
    Volume9
    Issue number2
    Publication statusPublished - Nov 1983

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    Money supply
    World trade
    Unemployment
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    Import
    Fixed investment
    Consumer expenditure
    Profit
    Inflation

    Keywords

    • global economic trends
    • British economic performance
    • UK GDP growth
    • industrial output

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    Kirwan, F., Buchanan, B., Crawford, R., Harrigan, F., Jenkins, I., McNicoll, I., ... Kirwan, F. (Ed.) (1983). A review of the quarter's economic trends [November 1983]. Quarterly Economic Commentary, 9(2), 1-11.
    Kirwan, Frank ; Buchanan, Bob ; Crawford, Robert ; Harrigan, Frank ; Jenkins, Iain ; McNicoll, Iain ; Moar, Lyle ; O'Donnell, Noreen ; Simpson, David ; Walker, Jim ; Wingfield, Alison ; Kirwan, Frank (Editor). / A review of the quarter's economic trends [November 1983]. In: Quarterly Economic Commentary. 1983 ; Vol. 9, No. 2. pp. 1-11.
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