Deloitte COVID-19 Economics Monitor
Updated weekly, the COVID-19 Economics Monitor analyses the health and economic impact of the global pandemic.
The COVID-19 Economics Monitor features a changing set of charts and tables illustrating key economic themes from the crisis and our forecasts for UK GDP growth over this year and the next.
COVID-19 webinars: health, economics and business
Join our fortnightly webinars or watch on-demand for in-depth analysis on how businesses can respond to the impacts of COVID-19.
Deloitte runs a series of webinars to inform our clients on how businesses can respond to the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Brexit: Define your future
The clock is ticking, but there is still time to prepare for the end of the Brexit transition period on 31 December. Our insights are here to help you navigate the uncertainty around Brexit – and the impact of COVID-19 – to identify the actions that can and must be taken now.
After many false starts, the UK has officially left the EU. The Transition Period gives businesses just months to activate Brexit plans and engage with the opportunities a new trading environment will offer.
CFO optimism reaches record levels
Deloitte CFO Survey: 2021 Q1
Explore our latest insights into UK corporates’ sentiment and strategies in the COVID-19 era.
UK CFO’s optimism rose to a record high due to the rollout of vaccines in the UK and the gathering recovery in the US. CFOs anticipate a strong recovery in profits over the next year. CFOs have tilted away from defensive strategies while expectations for hiring and investment increased.
Update on the leisure sector
The Deloitte Consumer Tracker Q4 2020
Our quarterly consumer confidence index – read the highlights or download the full report.
The Deloitte consumer confidence index, which was already trending at record low levels, lost one percentage point quarter on quarter to -17% as a new strain of the virus brought much of the UK economy to a halt once again.
UK Economic Outlook
Deloitte Senior Economist Debapratim De provides a view on the current UK economic outlook.
After the sharpest contraction on record, activity has bounced back. But the risk of a further spike in COVID-19 cases, the impending withdrawal of furlough support, and continued uncertainty over Brexit loom over this recovery.