Expected sharp fall in outlook for business – Scottish Business Monitor Q1 2020 [Podcast] EP5

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Abstract

In this podcast, Graeme Roy is joined by Mairi Spowage and James Black to discuss the latest results from the Fraser of Allander Scottish Business Monitor.

The survey, done in partnership with law firm Addleshaw Goddard, has been running since 1998, and seeks to capture business activity and outlook in Scotland in advance of official measures. It is a quarterly survey of around 500 businesses in Scotland, and the latest edition was carried out in the first week in April.

As would be expected, there were some special questions in this edition of the survey on the type and scale of the impact of the coronavirus on Scottish businesses, as well as questions on the Government policy measures announced so far. James Black discusses the main results from the survey, and Mairi Spowage discusses the coronavirus impacts and the views of business of Government support.

Timestamps
[0:22] An overview of the Scottish Business Monitor [Mairi]
[1:18] The results for the first quarter of 2019 [James]
[2:23] Business outlook over the coming months [James]
[3:57] What did we find around the impact of the current crisis on businesses? [Mairi]
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationGlasgow
EditionEP5
Media of outputOnline
Size6.35 MB
Publication statusPublished - 9 Apr 2020

Keywords

  • FAI publications
  • Scottish economy
  • business activity
  • coronavirus
  • government policy
  • coronavirus impacts
  • government support

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