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NIESR Research Newsletter - Our newsletter includes summaries of recent research from NIESR, including research published in the National Institute Economic Review (UK and world economy forecasts and research articles), highlights of recent blogs and podcasts and much more!
Events Listing - Details of upcoming NIESR events with links to RSVP.
Monthly GDP Tracker - In July 2018, following the introduction of a monthly GDP estimate by the ONS, we started a monthly tracker on the same day. The ONS estimate has a two month lag. NIESR supplemented this by continuing to provide an estimate for the previous month's GDP and, in addition, a full forecast for the quarter of publication. The NIESR monthly GDP tracker is published at 12.30.
Monthly Wage Tracker - The ONS produces an estimate of Average Weekly Earnings (AWE) with a lag of at least 40 days after the end of the reference month. NIESR’s new monthly Wage Tracker will produce and publish short-term predictions for UK Average Weekly Earnings, including predictions for regular pay and bonus payments for the whole economy, as well as forecasts for private and public sectors wages.
Monthly CPI Tracker - CPI inflation reflects changes in the prices of thousands of products, some of them quite volatile. Our monthly CPI Tracker looks in detail at changes in the prices of individual products to try to get a measure of underlying inflation. It builds on the work presented in the National Institute Economic Review, which constructs a measure of trimmed mean inflation based on the goods and services prices that underlie the consumer price index.
Term Premium Tracker - National Institute Term Premium Tracker aims to provide quarterly updates of the Treasury term premia estimates for the UK, the US and some selected European countries’ based on current daily zero-coupon bond yields data.
Covid-19 Tracker - NIESR aims to set out projections of the future path of the Covid-19 epidemic in the United Kingdom, its constituent nations and the regions of England, based on current policies.
Discussion Paper updates - Keep up to date with news about our latest discussion paper publications, including a short abstract and a link to the full papers.