30 August 2019
The RSM Brexit Stress Index surged this week, following news that the Prime Minister had been granted permission to suspend Parliament just weeks ahead of the deadline for the UK to withdraw from the European Union.
20 August 2019
The RSM Brexit Stress Index levelled out this week, maintaining high levels of stress as Germany’s manufacturing recession came front and centre for the foreign exchange market.
13 August 2019
The RSM Brexit Stress Index moved up again this week, showing marked levels of increased stress after the United States escalated its trade war with China and the Chinese yuan was devalued against the U.S. dollar, causing volatility in the global markets.
07 August 2019
The RSM Brexit Stress Index rose sharply in the week, signalling a rising concern in the market following depreciation of the British pound.
31 July 2019
The RSM Brexit Stress Index moved higher again this week amid continued market volatility on mainland Europe.
24 July 2019
The RSM Brexit Stress Index moved higher last week, as the currency, equity and bond markets reacted to the political posturing around a hard exit from the EU and the impact of what looks to be a slowdown in global growth.
Avoiding disruption to core operations and maintaining business continuity will require businesses to carefully plan and potentially restructure the business or acquire additional entities in different jurisdictions. What’s your plan to manage core operations and maintain business continuity throughout the Brexit uncertainty?
Forecasting the impact of decisions and price shock uncertainty will be crucial in maintaining business continuity. Equally important will be the ability to access finance to fund suitable working capital requirements. Have you planned for how Brexit uncertainties might impact your cash-flow and access to finance?