UK manufacturing - dependency on consumer credit: The next financial crisis?

The manufacturing sector is diverse, comprising a wide-ranging number of different industries, technologies and activities. The sector suffered another major blow in 2008 but it managed to recover to its pre-crisis level in 2013. The access of households to a new wave of credit has pushed up demand for manufactured goods within the United Kingdom after the Great Recession.

Scope

  • Describes the measures the Bank of England (BoE) has taken to tackle the economic slowdown.
  • Analyzes the impact that the BoE's measures on the manufacturing sector

Reasons to buy

How has the Bank of England (BoE) responded to the recent economic crisis?

Has the monetary policy from the Bank of England (BoE) been effective in dragging the manufacturing sector out of recession?

What is Quantitative Easing?

How have macroeconomic policies impacted the UK manufacturing sector and why?

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O VERVIEW

Catalyst

Summary

UK MANUFACTURING COMEBACK SUPPORTED BY CREDIT EXPANSION

New cycle of household debt

Help to buy a car scheme

Short term decline ...

O VERVIEW

Catalyst

Summary

UK MANUFACTURING COMEBACK SUPPORTED BY CREDIT EXPANSION

New cycle of household debt

Help to buy a car scheme

Short term decline of the real side of the economy

Creation of a new cycle of business debt

Snapshot of the manufacturing sector in the long run

CONCLUSIONS

More manufacturing, less debt!

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