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The use of this website is subject to the following terms:
- The content of our website is for general information only. It is subject to change at any time.
- This website is provided “as is”. We do not give any warranty or guarantee as to the accuracy, timeliness, performance, completeness or suitability of any content on this website for any particular purpose. In particular, our content does not constitute investment or financial advice. We expressly exclude all liability for such content to the fullest extent permitted by law.
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What are cookies?
To learn more about cookies, please visit http://www.allaboutcookies.org.
The first time you visit the our website via a particular device (e.g. your laptop or mobile), we will provide a clear on-screen notification about our cookies. By continuing to use our website you are deemed to accept use of the cookies described in this notice. a The next time you visit the website, your device will check to find the relevant cookies and, if your device has them, it sends the cookie information back to the website.
Cookies are really useful because they allow our website to ‘recognise’ you via your device and recall your settings and preferences from previous visits. This helps us in a number of ways, explained below.
Which types of cookie do we use?
The cookies used by Capital Economics and our service providers are explained in the table below.
|Cookie||Owner & details||Duration||Purpose|
|AWSALB & AWSALBCORS||Capital Economics||6 days||Registers which server-cluster is serving the visitor. This cookie is used in context with load balancing, to optimise the experience for our users.|
|This is the cookie that identifies a user’s session in Zephr; it is a unique identifier. We use this identifier to determine, for example, their session state or access model
This is a cookie also related to the session of the user and is used to give Zephr additional data about the session of the user: like the system that created the session or the start date of the session.
The purpose of this cookie is to track a user’s journey from the first visit to the site. It is an identifier that can be used to identify a user once it is authenticated in Zephr.
|workbox-expiration#cache-entries||Capital Economics||Persistent||This cookie is necessary for the cache function which is used to optimise the response time between the visitor and the website.|
|Test-cookie-blocker||Capital Economics||Persistent||Checks if client browser has cookies enabled and can receive our cookies.|
|session_id||Capital Economics||30 mins||Unique identifier of a website visit used to record the originating source of a web visit within our CRM system.|
|Lang||Session||Remembers your selected language.|
|Google Analytics cookies gather information for us about how people browse around our website. This information is used only to create anonymised reports about the traffic source (e.g. social media, Google search) and onsite behaviour of our visitors in general. For example, how many visitors we’ve had, which countries they came from, which pages are most popular, how long they stayed on each page, and so on.
These reports provide useful information which helps us to manage the website and improve our users’ experience of the site. For more information on Google Analytics, click here or read Google’s information about ‘Safeguarding you data’
|ads/ga-audiences||Session||Used by Google AdWords to re-engage visitors that are likely to convert to customers based on the visitor’s online behaviour across websites.|
|Collects information on user preferences and/or interactions with web content linked in emails sent via Sailthru. This is used for personalisation and monitoring website usage and content popularity.|
|Used by the social networking service, LinkedIn, for tracking the use of their services embedded into our website. Also used to track visitors on other websites to present relevant advertisements based on the visitor’s preferences.|
Your right to manage cookies
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