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Public sector and economic data can be daunting. In chart form it all becomes so much more digestible.

Each week we publish a chart that illuminates a different aspect of the economy. 

Chart of the week: Government bond yields

10-12-2020

11 December 2020: Ultra-low or negative yields provide governments with an opportunity to borrow extremely cheaply, but what will happen if and when interest rates rise?

Chart of the week: UK trade in goods

03-12-2020

4 December 2020: With less than a month to go before the UK leaves the EU Single Market and Customs Union, trade is high on the agenda as negotiations between the UK and the EU go down to the wire.

Chart of the week: Spending Review 2020

26-11-2020

27 November 2020: In the wake of the government’s Spending Review, this week’s chart focuses on the bigger picture and looks at the scale of public spending in relation to the size of the overall economy.

Chart of the week: Ireland Budget 2021

19-11-2020

20 November 2020: The #icaewchartoftheweek takes a look at the Irish Government’s fiscal plans for 2021 and how it plans to tackle the twin headwinds of COVID and Brexit.

Chart of the week: UK claimant count

12-11-2020

13 November 2020: The claimant count soared at the start of the pandemic but levelled off since then. Will a wave of redundancies see it climb again over the winter?

Chart of the week: UK electricity projections

05-11-2020

6 November 2020: Renewables, imports and nuclear are expected to provide around 85% of UK electricity generation by 2040, but will that be good enough to achieve carbon neutrality a decade later in 2050?

Chart of the week: US federal deficit

29-10-2020

30 October 2020: The US federal government spent $3.1tn more than it received in the year to 30 September 2020, more than three times the $1.0tn deficit incurred in 2019.

Chart of the week: UK debt financing requirement

15-10-2020

16 October 2020: The Institute for Fiscal Studies annual pre-Budget report forecasts a doubling to £1.5tn in the amount of debt to be raised by the UK Government over the next five years.

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