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Discounting in final week curtails declining sales but recovery remains sluggish and uneven with further uncertainty forecast.
- Impact of coronavirus on the UK manufacturing sector drags down overall increase in business output - - Employment Index falls for a fifth consecutive month, but worse could be yet to come -
Six consecutive months of negative like-for-like sales underscores significant long-term challenges facing retailers.
While the number of private equity (PE) investments in the UK fell in the first half of this year amid COVID uncertainty, US and international PE firms grew their share of the market as UK-based PE houses pulled back, new analysis by accountancy and business advisory firm BDO has found.
BDO LLP Business Restructuring partners, Graham Newton and Ryan Grant, were appointed Joint Administrators of Dave Whelan Sports Limited (‘DW Sports’) on 3 August 2020.
UK’s medium-sized companies have borrowed an average of £21 million in COVID-19 loansEvidence of resilience as nearly a third of medium-sized companies report either unaffected or increased revenues despite COVID-19, although costs loom largeDownload Rethinking the Economy Survey
Accountancy and business advisory firm BDO LLP has appointed Stuart Collins as finance partner, starting 4 July 2020.
UK businesses convert 2.6% of sales to free cash flow – was 3.3% pre-EU referendum COVID-19 has triggered additional stress on cash flowsLaw firms generate most cash – house builders & car dealerships struggle
Lockdown of the markets had a significant impact on M&A deal volumes in Q2 2020, which slumped 57% with just 250 deals, down from 582 in the last quarter. Trade deal volumes fell by 58% to 214 deals. Volumes in the Private Equity market dropped by 53% to 36 PE deals.