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UK accountants gloomiest in a decade on Brexit and slow growth

“A Brexit deal is only the first step in reducing uncertainty and may be offset by concerns over future growth with a divergent EU-UK relationship,” he added” writes Midwest Communications Inc for “The outlook for business investment growth is pretty bleak, with a weaker global economic environment adding to corporate concerns over the UK outlook,” EY economist Mark Gregory said.LONDON (Reuters) – Confidence among British accountants in the economic outlook is falling at the fastest rate since the depths of the financial crisis more than a decade ago due to worries about Brexit and sluggish growth, a survey showed on Monday.”Slower economic growth (is) a symptom of the malaise that has set in, driven primarily by Brexit uncertainty and political instability,” Michael Izza, chief executive of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), said.

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