Wednesday June 3, 2020

Small business mood takes post-Brexit knock

Big falls in profit and employment expectations

11th July, 2016
ISME urges government action after Brexit

A survey carried out by small business group ISME has shown a deterioration in confidence among its member following the Brexit vote in Britain. Ten of the 12 economic indicators in ISME's quarterly trends survey fell.

The group said the results from the first quarter had already shown a drop in sentiment, and the second quarter results had wiped out the gains seen last year. Brexit has replaced economic uncertainty as the biggest concern for small...

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