Economic research updates


30 April 2021
The good and bad forces of the post-Covid economy
Growth opportunities will be balanced by the inevitable risk factors still attached to the easing of the Government support measures.


15 April 2021
The government support measures and their impact on the UK businesses
The government intervention included several measures to support UK businesses, and most of these have been extended in 2021.

 

12 January 2021
Brexiting in times of Covid-19

The Covid-19 crisis provides some leeway for policy support to absorb the negative impact from Brexit, but we expect UK GDP to remain -2% below pre-crisis levels at end-2022.


20 October 2020
A hard Brexit could cost the EU EUR33bn in annual exports
Germany, the Netherlands and France are most exposed.   


08 July 2020
Brexit: Trade tricks won't be enough
According to our calculations, the aggressive trade policy pursued by the UK could lead to a +2.2% increase in import prices over a year, and be negative for competitiveness abroad   


14 May 2020
What does Covid-19 mean for the UK's economy?
Ana Boata, Head of Macroeconomic Research, explains.   


May 13, 2020
UK: Brexit uncertainty could jeopardize the recovery in H2 2020
A longer transition would be needed, at least until mid-2021.   


30 January 2020
Brexit: A UK-EU trade deal is unlikely in 2020


13 December 2019
U.K.: The solid Conservative majority would lead to higher growth


14 November 2019
UK: Lowering prices to export the accumulated stocks


06 November 2019
UK: All sectors remain under pressure

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