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The continued robust health of manufacturing and rising price pressures will help cement expectations of the Bank of England hiking interest rates for the first time in a
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Nov 02 2017
Rob Dobson has been quoted 28 times in 20 different articles. On this page, you will find all of Rob Dobson’s quotes organized by date and topic. Alongside each quote is a link back to the article where the quote was reported, so you can go back to the source for more context if you need it. Topics that Rob Dobson speaks about are England, September, and growth, for example. Most recently, Rob Dobson was quoted in the article UK factories expect another year of growth as acceleration takes hold saying, “The sector looks to be achieving a quarterly rate of expansion close to 1pc, therefore sustaining the solid pace of growth signalled by the official ONS estimate for the third quarter.”.
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May 02 2017

Other surges seen since the middle of last year have generally proved short-lived, as weak wage growth sapped consumer

May 02 2017

The weak sterling exchange rate helped manufacturers take full advantage of the recent signs of revival in the global economy, and especially the euro zone, which is enjoying its best growth spell for six

Feb 01 2017 - Oil

With cost pressures increasingly feeding though to higher selling prices at factories, it looks inevitable that consumer price inflation will rise further in coming months. The question is whether increased cost … pressure will act as a drag on manufacturing growth going

Feb 01 2017

Taken alongside robust output growth, rising new order inflows and further job creation, all signs are pointing to a solid contribution to UK GDP from manufacturing during the opening quarter of

Jan 03 2017

Of the companies citing a cause of higher costs, 75 percent linked the increase to the exchange

Jan 03 2017

The boost to competitiveness from the weak exchange rate has undoubtedly been a key driver of the recent turnaround, while the domestic market has remained a strong contributor to new business

Dec 01 2016

The concern is that higher costs may in time offset any positive effect of the weaker exchange rate, especially given that export order-book growth has already waned markedly from September's five-and-a-half year

Dec 01 2016

The trend in new orders for investment goods such as plant and machinery has eased sharply so far in the fourth quarter and will need to improve if investment is to continue to contribute positively to economic

Sep 23 2016

The door remains open for policymakers to provide further policy support later in the year if they see economic conditions moderate

Sep 01 2016

Companies reported that work that had been postponed during July had now been restarted, as manufacturers and their clients started to regain a sense of returning to business as usual. The domestic market showed a marked recovery, especially for consumer products, while the recent depreciation of sterling drove higher inflows of new

Jan 02 2016

Subdued growth, rising global headwinds and a lack of inflationary pressure provide further cause for the Bank of England to push its first rate increase into the back and beyond of

Jan 23 2015

We are moving away from the lows towards the end of last year, but the actual rate of growth being signalled is still

Apr 24 2013

We're seeing the eurozone continue to remain in contraction territory, therefore the recession is ongoing. Any hopes that we would see a recovery early in the second quarter, these numbers pretty much end that

Feb 21 2013

In a lot of these countries the domestic market is still very, very weak. Whereas we're seeing some of the growth more in places like Germany, where they're having a bit of a boost from export orders and the domestic market not being as weak as

Aug 03 2011

The base of the slowdown is worrisome, with signs of fragility exhibited in all of the nations surveyed. The big two of Germany and France have lost substantial growth momentum since the start of the year, conditions remain muted in Ireland, while Spain and Italy are both in contraction

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