Macroeconomics

Great Expectations: the economic power of news about the future

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Silvia Miranda-Agrippino, Sinem Hacioglu Hoke and Kristina Bluwstein

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Houses are assets not goods: taking the theory to the UK data

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John Lewis and Fergus Cumming

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Houses are assets not goods: What the difference between bulbs and flowers tells us about the housing market

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John Lewis and Fergus Cumming

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How economic integration fuels macroeconomic imbalances

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Sophie Piton

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Is there really a global decline in the (non-housing) labour share?

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Germán Gutiérrez and Sophie Piton

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Bitesize: How much did PPI subsidise personal loan rates pre-crisis?

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David Seaward

The Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) mis-selling scandal has rumbled on for years. But how did PPI impact loan margins pre-crisis?

This post argues
that income from cross-selling PPI substantially offset lenders’ margins on
personal loans between 2004 and 2009, and compares the pre-crisis PPI-adjusted
margin to loan spreads today.

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Interregional mobility and monetary policy

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By Daniela Hauser and Martin Seneca

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The long-run effects of uncertainty shocks

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Dario Bonciani and Joonseok Jason Oh

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No island is an ‘island’ in the age of GVCs

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Tommaso Aquilante, Marco Garofalo and Enrico Longoni

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Bitesize: The travels of Montagu Norman

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Mike Anson, Georgina Green and Ryan Lovelock

Montagu Norman was the Bank of England’s longest serving Governor (1920-44) and one of the leading players on the interwar international financial stage. He was a controversial and enigmatic character who pioneered co-operation between central banks.

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