Read some of our latest insights below.
An analysis of the economic value of trade and passenger traffic travelling through the Channel Tunnel
Powered by the regions, the UK saw record FDI in 2015, according to EY’s UK Attractiveness Survey, which monitors FDI into the UK and globally. Find out more here.
The forecast shows growth of 2.3% in GDP this year. This is in line with the latest estimate for 2015, which was heavily dependent upon the consumer, supported by the strong labour market and low inflation.
An economic impact study undertaken by EY on behalf of England Rugby 2015, revealed that Rugby World Cup 2015 is set to deliver nearly £1 billion of additive value into the UK economy.
As the sun rises on more sustainable energy strategies in the Middle-East, our report looks at the contribution an innovative solar-powered Enhanced Oil Recovery technology could make to the Omani economy.
Empowering UK growth, jobs and energy users through continued investment
Powering the UK sets out the energy sector’s vital contribution to the UK's economy and prosperity.
A closer look at consumer attitudes towards buying broadband, telephony and TV.
Discover the six key findings from our online survey of 2,500 UK consumers, covering all regions, ages and income groups.
EY have been sole sponsors of the ITEM Club for 25 years. It is the only non-governmental forecasting group to use HM Treasury's model of the UK economy. Our reports provide a detailed economic analysis and forecast of activity for the period ahead, as well as special reports on macro-economic topics. They are independent of any political, economic or business bias. Read the latest UK economic forecasts.
The Hospitality Sector in Europe (5.6Mb)
The hospitality sector makes a major contribution to the European economy: for every €1 spent in the hospitality sector, an additional €1.16 is spent in the wider economy.
Find out more (5.6Mb), including country-specific results for 31 countries across Europe.
The Berkeley Group (2.8Mb, September 2013)
House-building can help deliver growth to the UK economy through its contribution to economic output, job creation, tax and investment. In 2012, Berkeley supported over £2.6bn of economic activity in the UK.
Find out more. (2.8Mb, September 2013)
Isle of Man (742K, May 2012)
The Isle of Man is a key commercial partner that delivers many benefits to the international community – the UK, and City of London in particular.
Find out more about the Isle of Man’s positive contribution to the global economy (742K, May 2012)