The UK economy has undergone considerable uncertainty following the Brexit vote. Analyse the potential impact on industries, consumers and the UK economy through multiple macroeconomic scenarios.
In 2016, the UK voted to leave the EU, an unprecedented step by a member state. The UK economy has undergone huge uncertainty, from when to trigger Article 50, to the hung parliament following snap elections, nearly a year after the referendum. ...
The UK faces a period of uncertainty owing to the effects of Brexit. A weaker post-election government adds to the uncertainty. A rebound in exports will provide a boost. Consumer spending is slowing but this will be partially offset by a relaxation ...
With the UK government triggering article 50 to leave the European Union (EU) in March 2017, attention has turned to the details of the “divorce” settlement. In a No-Deal scenario we expect 2.9 percentage points to be shaved off real GDP growth over ...
The outlook for the home care industry has been downgraded in Q4 by some US$1.3 billion over the 2015-2020 forecast period. In CAGR terms this revision is just under 0.2%, but in a global value context this represents the loss of expected value ...
As the UK heads towards its EU membership referendum, there remains much uncertainty over both the outcome and the implications of a vote to leave. In fact uncertainty is the key challenge in regard to Brexit, and this uncertainty will contribute to ...
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