The British economy is showing signs of stability almost a year after the Brexit date set on 29 March 2019.
The inflation triggered by the drop in the pound after the referendum is finally starting to fade, the pound has returned to the highest levels seen before the referendum just as wage are beginning to increases again after a period of uncertainty. But bitter challenges remain a year before the exit from the EU.
However, according to David Blanchflower, a professor of economics at Dartmouth College and a former MPC member, there is little progress towards a final agreement with Brussels, he also said: "This report card this month shows progress but we could do better.This is a start."
Article from 'The Guardian'