What clues do we have as to how might Brexit impact the UK economy? EY’s Chief Economist, Mark Gregory discusses in latest blog … More Early signs of a pre-Brexit pause – time for Government to step in?
It is clear that taking the appreciation in UK stock markets since the Brexit vote as a sign that all is well is too simplistic. … More Be careful out there – Financial markets are expecting UK trade to be fine after Brexit
The EY ITEM Club Special report on consumer spending says that consumer spending growth is set for a four-year low … More Is the consumer growth engine running out of steam?
Spring Budget announcement 2017 – EY’s Chief Economist, Mark Gregory gives some elements that businesses would be wise to consider … More Calm or complacent? Be wary of the “steady as it goes” Budget and plan for a realistic downside.
As the automotive sector drives direct economic activity in the North, Midlands, and Wales and indirect activity across the country, making a success in this industry will go some way to helping the Government meet its objective of building an economy that works for everyone. … More No time like the present – the automotive sector is going to be the first real world test of the industrial strategy.
Should we divert money from elite sports to increasing physical activity? … More Is our sport upside down? Should we focus our resources on the grassroots?
The NFL game in Mexico brought wide-ranging economic benefits both to Mexico City itself and to the country. … More The NFL in Mexico – an example of how sport can generate economic benefits.