03 April 2020
A European Commission regulation designed to ensure EU, EFTA and related territories have adequate supplies of personal protective equipment (PPE) has now been implemented in the UK.
01 April 2020
RSM’s Market Stress Index has recorded by far its steeped and most protracted spike in negative sentiment since the metric was introduced, as coronavirus fears intensify.
27 March 2020
More fiscal and creative policy needed to address Covid-19 crisis as RSM’s UK Financial Conditions Index dips towards 2008/09 levels. Find out more
19 March 2020
RSM has announced its sponsorship of Tech Nation’s Future Fifty 8.0 cohort – the eighth edition of the UK’s leading late-stage growth programme for high-growth tech scale-ups.
10 March 2020
Following the UK’s departure from the European Union more than a month ago, markets are braced for a global health crisis that will bring with it a supply shock.
04 March 2020
Joe Brusuelas, Chief Economist at RSM US, comments on the Federal Reserve’s decision to cut its policy rate to a range between 1.0 and 1.25 per cent.
04 March 2020
The Government has revealed ambitious, perhaps over ambitious, plans for a comprehensive free trade agreement with the EU to be in place by the end of this year. It is very clear on the outcome if negotiations don’t go to plan.
18 February 2020
The removal of Brexit contingency plans for customs and VAT promised in 2019 will make an already difficult situation even worse for businesses. Disruption to supply chains seems inevitable, and the removal of postponed accounting and/or transitional simplified procedures will make an already difficult situation even worse for businesses.
12 February 2020
The Department for International Trade has launched a public consultation on its proposals for a new UK customs tariff, to be implemented at the end of the Brexit transition period. The closing date for comments is 5 March 2020 and we can expect an announcement on the UK’s new tariff shortly thereafter. Businesses should take note.
29 January 2020
As Mark Carney bows out as Governor of the Bank of England a rate cut should be his parting gift to his successor Andrew Bailey now that a decision on Brexit is firmly in place.