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The office of budget responsibility ( an independent body) announced the day before the last budget this year that the Uk Britain is forecast by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) to be the fastest growing major advanced economy this year. With employment at a record rate of 74.1%. But the challenges the country faces are growing As a result, the deficit at 3.8% is forecast to be down by almost two thirds from its peak, bank capital ratios have doubled and there are over 2 million new jobs since 2010.Public sector current receipts are expected to be around £716 billion in 2016-17.The OBR predicts the UK’s strong labour market performance to continue. The OBR revised up its forecast for employment in 2016 from 31.5 million to 31.6 million, and in 2017 employment reaches 31.7 million. The OBR forecast employment to rise by 0.9 million by 2020, meaning that employment will have risen by 3 million since 2010. Wages and salaries are forecast to grow faster than inflation, rising by 3.6% in 2016, and thereafter by an average of 4.0% until 2020. The OBR forecasts CPI inflation to be below the 2.0% target in 2016 before returning to target in 2018.
The long-term economic plan has delivered considerable economic gains since 2010. The UK was the fastest growing major advanced economy in 2014, the second fastest in 2015 and the OECD forecast the UK to be the fastest growing in 2016.Government action to reward work and reform benefits has delivered a stronger labour market in the UK, with an employment rate that has risen faster in the UK than in any other G7 country since 2010 making progress towards the government’s goal of full employment
Britain’s economy is set to power ahead this year – leaving the crisis-torn eurozone trailing in its wake, a major study has found.
That's as a member of the eu , as their currency tail spins to who knows what value just questioning that membership and the euro isn't falling in value btw , I think nobody reckons it's a good place to keep money .