While the Federal Reserve’s commitment to open-ended quantitative easing removes some uncertainty facing investors, two key concerns remain.
In a further bid to control the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, the Bank of England has announced a new interest rate cut as well as a huge increase in quantitative easing.
The asset class - made up primarily of shops, industrial buildings such as warehouses, and offices - is a bellwether for
The government has announced the biggest increase in public borrowing for 30 years.
The cut in interest rates should support the government's plans to increase spending to counter the economic fallout of coronavirus.
According to Pantheon Macroeconomics, there is strong potential for a first quarter rebound in 2020, following the previous quarter’s weak posting.
The announcement comes just weeks before the 11 March Budget.
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