U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond laid out a somber framework for post-Brexit Britain, slashing the forecast for economic growth in 2017 and saying the government will need to borrow more over the next five years partly as a result of the vote to leave the European Union. Source Bloomberg
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“To those companies that buy Russian aircraft, we will provide the necessary benefits, including profitable routes, as well as special incentives of an economic nature, including those related to the leasing of aircraft. We are working in compliance with the plan, and I believe that in the early spring we will be ready to report the first results,” Source RT
Invesco Ltd. released a report on central- bank investment after surveying 18 reserve managers across Europe, the Middle East and Africa in 2016. A net balance of 80% and 43% of respondents to questions on asset allocation said they planned to invest more in stocks and corporate debt, respectively. Source The Wall Street Journal
Britain’s government unveiled a new interventionist approach to rebalance its heavily services-based economy for the post-Brexit era, in a break with traditional Conservative laissez-faire economic policy. Prime Minister Theresa May’s “Modern Industrial Strategy”demands closer collaboration in key industries in exchange for government support, aiming to increase productivity, reinvigorate industrial production and stimulate investment in technology and R&D. Source Reuters