European-wide recession will be avoided in 2023, says AEW
Research - APRIL 26, 2023

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European-wide recession will be avoided in 2023, says AEW

by Kali Persall

AEW has updated its base case scenario assumptions with the expectations that inflation will normalize in 2023 and a European-wide recession will be avoided.

In its 2023 Mid-year European Outlook, AEW said it anticipates a slow and steady economic recovery, as financial markets absorb recent central bank rate hikes and inflation and bond yields begin to lower. AEW deems the downside scenario less likely than previously imagined, as it assumes a recession and lingering high inflation. However, the United Kingdom is expected to have one of the lowest economic growth rates among the 20 countries covered in the ereport.

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