EY have been sole sponsors of the ITEM Club for 25 years. It is the only non-governmental forecasting group to use HM Treasury's model of the UK economy. Our reports provide a detailed economic analysis and forecast of economic activity for the period ahead. They are independent of any political, economic or business bias.
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Quarterly UK Forecast
Uncertainty returns – but inflation stays at bay.
No consumer spending boom as workers face a lost decade of wage growth.
Quarterly Financial Services Forecast
UK recovery looks firmer, but policy announcements and an expected interest rate rise from 2015 present challenges.
Scotland’s economy will continue to grow into 2015 following its strongest year since the financial crisis.
EY Scottish ITEM Club upwardly adjusts its 2014 growth forecast in light of improved consumer confidence and an expected global economic upturn.
Bi-annual Ireland Forecast
The Economic Eye is the only forecast that covers both North and South Ireland together.
Our EY Economic Eye Winter Forecast 2014 sees a rapid recovery, but all is not yet back to normal, and risks remain.