Short- and medium-term challenges for the UK: What does it mean for real estate?
Monday 27th February 2012, Cardinal Place, 80 Victoria Street, London
Businesses in the UK remain under pressure from a difficult economic backdrop. Domestic demand has fallen by almost 5% since the end of the boom in 2007. More recently, the eurozone’s problems have exacerbated the shortfall in demand by bringing the export revival to a premature end. Hopes of rebalancing the economy have evaporated. The next few quarters will be critical for the UK economy. Will falling inflation allow household real incomes to grow again, underpinning a recovery? Or will hopes be dashed by a new financial crisis if turmoil in the eurozone takes an ugly turn?
Experian’s economics group invites you to our biannual conference, where our experts will analyse the implications of these possible outcomes and examine the issues for the UK’s real estate markets. We will also look beyond 2012 to consider how the economy will evolve over the medium-term as fiscal constraints are now expected to last until 2017.
To register or enquire about this event, please contact us.