The Turning Point?
The economic recovery is uncertain; many economists believe that Britain is through the worst of the economic storm with the beginnings of a slow but steady recovery likely this year, whilst others believe that growth is not encouraging and sustainability cannot be achieved with decreased lending and without a significant government-sourced kick start.
Despite the fragile economic recovery, the stock markets appear to be strengthening. Are they right to have sensed a turning point in only a few months now? What will it take to make it happen – or has it already started?
With UK exporting weak, are small and medium-sized firms vital to get the economy moving?
Will the long periods of adverse weather slow the recovery further? And will we see an upturn by the end of 2013?
Should the Monetary Policy Committee inject funds into the economy to kick-start growth?
As the uncertainty remains, our speakers will provide their thoughts on whether the economy is at its turning point and whether recovery is on the horizon.
Join Hart Brown for the 9th Hart Brown Annual Economic Forum on Thursday 20th June at the University of Surrey from 5pm where you will have chance to question leading economists and business figures about the economy in the South East of England, and how businesses here should plan ahead.
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