Brexit insights

Have a look at the latest Brexit publications from our Economic Research Team: Brexit scenarios, GDP forecasts, etc.

 

12 June 2019
UK: Contingency stockpiling will accelerate in Q3 again
Stocks have increased continuously since Q1 2018 – and accelerated markedly in Q1 2019, most probably linked to Brexit preparations.

13 March 2019
UK: Brexit me…later

Without surprise, British Prime Minister Theresa May lost the vote on the “slightly revised” Brexit deal. What are the three relevant options an extension period would open?

6 February 2019
Brexit: The final countdown may take longer
In this report, our economists explain why we continue to expect a last-minute agreement and why an extension of Article 50 looks highly probable.

16 January 2019
UK: A Shakespearean Brexit until the last minute
On 15 January, the UK Parliament rejected the Brexit deal. What are the political scenarios and the economic consequences? What does it mean for businesses in the UK and the EU?


14 January 2019

The decision of Brexit will continue to weigh on the UK economy
The process of Brexit will continue to feed into the uncertainty which has kept UK growth below potential.

10 January 2019
Brexit: 10 key questions about the future of the UK

In this series of 10 videos, our Senior Economist for Europe Ana Boata answers ten of your most asked questions about Brexit and the future of the UK.

28 November 2018
UK: All eyes on 11 December
Will the UK Parliament approve the Brexit Withdrawal deal on 11 December? Find out what could happen if they approve it… or if they don’t.


14 November 2018

UK: Activity is expected to considerably slow down in Q4
Our Senior Economist for Europe Ana Boata shares the latest UK economic growth forecast.


08 November 2018
A new M&A regime post Brexit vote?
How does Brexit impact M&A deals and how will it impact them in the future? Have a look at our snippet.


15 October 2018
Brexit: A blind date better than a bad breakup
We continue to expect a “Blind Brexit” – a last-minute deal with the EU where both sides agree on a Free Trade Agreement. Find out what it would mean and what the other scenarios ar
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