Britain’s key services sector has forwarded its weakest performance as the immediate result of the EU survey among the growing signs that Brexit hesitance has reduced the economy to stall speed. The latest healthcare sector that accounts for around 80% of UK output revealed services industries starting to decrease staff numbers in response to a weakening in new business.

After the break-down report from the number of manufacturing sectors, the strictly observed survey of services from the several CIPS (Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply) and HIS Markit enhanced anxieties that the United Kingdom’s planned exit from the EU in March would be convoyed by budget flirting with downturn.

As a result, the pound breakdown the currency markets, dropping more than a cent in contrast to the US dollar to end the day in the City at US$ 1.2930.

The HIS Markit or CIPS purchasing managers’ index fall down from 51.2 in December to 50.1 in January, hardly beyond the 50.0 level that signs the cut-off point in between contraction and growth.

According to the HIS Markit, its all-sector index which comprises construction, manufacturing and services breakdown from 51.5 to 50.3 last month which is the second lowermost reading from the December 2012.

“The current PMI survey indicate that the UK economy is at risk of escalating Brexit hesitance accords with the highest slower breakdown in the economy across the globe”, Chris Williamson, economist at IHS Markit, reported.

As per the report said, the decrease in employment was only peripheral but was still the first stated more than 6 years.

“The slowdown in the economy that initiated in the last quarter of 2018 had aggravated in early 2019. “Concerns about upcoming demand now seem to be seeping into employing decisions, which may begin to ponder on employment development,” Thomas Pugh, the UK economist stated.