Manage the impacts of Brexit
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- Sterling suffers longest losing streak since 2008 as dollar surges
- Significant short-term market impact to no-deal Brexit - Hunt
- UK inflation rises for first time in 2018, seen falling soon
- Man arrested after suspected parliament attack named as Salih Khater - source
- UK construction firms more sensible after Carillion collapse - Balfour Beatty
- Can Britain alone stop Brexit? Scottish court hears appeal
- Insurer Admiral's customer gains drive profit, shares rise fiver percent
- Police searching three addresses after London incident
- Brexit deal should be flexible, open to adjustments - Merkel
- Risk of no-deal Brexit rising, 'everyone needs to prepare' - Hunt
- UK jobless rate falls to new 43-year-low, but pay growth weakens
- German investor morale improves more than expected
- Moody's converts Stockholm to subsidiary to navigate Brexit
- That sinking feeling? Sterling traders prepare for Brexit meltdown
- Disorder, deal or dead-end - How will Brexit play out?
- May's spokesman says level of sterling is for markets to determine
- Life on the edge - Scottish rapper probes UK wealth gap at Fringe
- UK consumer spending dips in July, modest pay rises ahead
- Heathrow Airport passport queues reached two-and-a-half hours in July - data
- Splits deepen over British ex-minister Johnson's burqa comments
Brexit solutions for your industry
Q1 2018 CFO Brexit Survey
A third of companies anticipate relocating staff from the UK
The first of this year's quarterly CFO surveys has revealed that 31% of companies anticipate relocating staff from the UK because of Brexit, a rise of 10% since the Summer of 2017.
The CFO Brexit Survey, which launched in June 2017, is conducted quarterly by the Thomson Reuters Tax and Accounting division and polls companies that generate from $100 million to more than $5 billion in revenue annually, across various sectors.
Read the full results and see the quarterly comparison by downloading the report below.