Rebalancing the economy
UK still top for European foreign direct investment, but Brexit casts a shadow. Read our latest UK Attractiveness Survey to find out more.
Brexit just one of the uncertainties impacting the UK economy as business investment suffers.
Consumer spending growth outperforms UK economy despite slowdown.
The UK retains its top position for financial services investment in Europe, but investor sentiment on its future attractiveness is at a historic low.
The UK remained the number one FDI destination in Europe in 2018, but saw a 13% drop in projects and a decline in investor sentiment.
Foreign direct investment into Europe declined in 2018 – but a strengthened skills base and infrastructure, especially in digital, will keep it ahead of the game.
The latest EY ITEM Club Outlook for financial services tells a familiar story – low growth, weakened demand for credit and falling business investment.
Our Regional Economic Forecast finds UK growth will be more geographically balanced over the next three years, but cautions that rebalancing is a complex challenge.
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Scotland retains its position second to London for FDI attractiveness.
Despite a strong performance in 2018, Scotland’s economic growth in 2019 is forecast to fall behind the UK’s.