On 31 January 2020, the United Kingdom (UK) left the European Union (EU) under the withdrawal agreement that was reached. This means a no-deal Brexit was avoided on that date, and a transitional period has commenced that will last until the end of 2020. During this period, the UK will remain ... are preparing for Brexit.
escalating trade tensions, or a hard Brexit. These developments are discussed in our Autumn 2018
global economy have increased in recent months, due in part to the imminent Brexit. In addition, ... Period of uncertainty surrounding Brexit must be as short as possible Initial survey figures show a ... Brexit are great. The ultimate consequences will largely depend on the trade deals which the UK and the EU will conclude. Any substantial growth deceleration resulting from the Brexit may adversely
The SUERF Conference of January 2020 brought together thought leaders from policy making, academia and industry, to discuss the economic implications of some of the challenges uncovered by Brexit and other recent events on both sides of the Channel. Because the conferenvce was held at De ... implications of some of the challenges uncovered by Brexit and other recent events on both sides of the
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Brexit As a result of the expiry of the transitional period after Brexit, the public DNB Financial
the first signs of a downturn in the commercial real estate market. Other risks arise from Brexit,
Brexit and the rise to power of China. Our playing field Out playing field extends far beyond the ... and Brexit and share our views on these matters. Below you will find three publications on these
uncertainty surrounding Brexit, and intensified geopolitical tensions in other parts of the world.
fuelled by Brexit. With less than two weeks left, three options are still on the table – a further extension, an orderly exit, and a no-deal Brexit. Together, these uncertainties have made growth
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