Assessing the Economic Impacts of Brexit
The British public voted in favour of leaving the European Union on 23 June 2016, an historic choice that has broad implications across the industrial spectrum. Cutting through the media attention to accurately assess both short-term and long-term impacts of Brexit is now critically important.
The Brexit Monitoring Service offers a uniquely comprehensive and impartial assessment of the implications of Brexit for economic activity in the UK and wider European and world economy. Using our world-class Global Economic Model to create data sets for alternative Brexit scenarios, and with ongoing analysis from our economists, the service provides a forecasting framework to help to provide the information you need to be ready for Brexit.
Subscribers gain access to an unmatched set of analytical tools on the topic, including:
- Impact study. A long-term and impartial assessment of the impact of Brexit, the report details potential impact on activity across a range of core metrics with insights into the effect on the UK property market, asset prices, and the differential effect on the UK’s major economic sectors.
- Brexit Scenarios Databank. Forecasts of economic conditions to 2030 of nine possible relationships between the UK and the EU, showing the impact on 55 countries and macroeconomic aggregates. The data show the impact on GDP and domestic demand, trade and balance of payments, government accounts, labour market and population, prices and wages, financial variables, and other indicators such as house prices and commodity prices.
- Ongoing briefings. Insights on Brexit from our team of economists as they react to political events, review market shifts, and develop scenarios.
- Updated Brexit scenarios. Access to a new Brexit scenario each quarter, with updates of our baseline forecast, full data sets, and in-depth analysis of the scenario’s impact.
- Brexit briefing. For an additional fee, our economists can brief your senior team on our scenarios and forecasts for Brexit.