BoE paper outlines results of uncertainty experiment

Brexit remains a source of uncertainty for many firms

A new Bank of England staff working paper sets out the results of a survey launched in a bid to better understand how uncertainty is affecting the economy in the wake of the Brexit referendum.

The team of researchers presents findings from the Decision Maker Panel, a survey of businesses developed jointly by the BoE and the universities of Stanford and Nottingham. The survey was launched in August 2016, a few months after the UK voted to leave the European Union.

The results show Brexit has

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