Sports Investments Maybe A Smart Investment Going Forward (June 14, 2020)

As the world begins to gradually emerge from lockdown, there is a wide selection of industries that could prove to be ample ground for profitable investments in the coming weeks. Here are a few reasons why sports investments could see a major return to form, and might be very profitable in the coming months. Prices […]

Coronavirus: The Crisis Even Warren Buffett Can’t Get Right (May 25, 2020)

The coronavirus crisis has caused unprecedented volatility in the stock market, with investors puzzled as to when and how markets will recover. It’s a clear sign of how unpredictable the current market is when even world-renowned investor Warren Buffett doesn’t know what’s coming. Buffett’s holding company, Berkshire Hathaway, recently announced a first-quarter net loss of […]

Promising Stocks For The End Of The Lockdown (May 15, 2020)

The markets have taken a few significant hits throughout the COVID-19 crisis, with the initial lockdown causing stocks to plunge and the oil crisis hampering the recovery significantly. However, as more and more countries and states consider a shift away from the lockdown, there are some sectors which are likely to see an unprecedented boost […]

Stock Markets Holding Up In The Face Of Economic Crisis (April 22, 2020)

The economic crisis that has been brought on by the coronavirus is now reported to take 35% of the UK’s GDP this quarter, as the vast majority of the population remains under lockdown. However, in spite of this, the FTSE100 is holding up, having gained from its lowest point since the financial crisis. Lowest Point […]

Over $250,000 Worth Of Cryptocurrency Stolen Due To Software Flaw (April 15, 2020)

On the evening of Tuesday 7th, over $250,000 worth of cryptocurrency was stolen via the decentralized exchange Bisq. Bisq claims that hackers were able to steal the large sum of money due to a significant flaw in their software. Bisq was forced to close all trading services after they identified a malicious hack had taken […]

A Guide To The COVID-19 Economic Situation (March 26, 2020)

Covid-19. Even if you don’t get infected with the virus itself, it is absolutely certain that you will, to some extent, find yourself dealing with the fallout and the financial consequences. The state of the world’s financial markets is changing by the day. More and more money seems to be being lost, and even huge […]

UK Banks Prepare Coronavirus Contingency (March 16, 2020)

The largest UK banks have announced they will put together extensive contingency plans to ensure that the UK economy and stock market continue to function properly. Also, to ensure the banks can keep running with their staff, under fears that the coronavirus could continue to wreak havoc on the country as cases grow. HSBC Case After […]

British Steel Rescue Deals Going Ahead (March 9, 2020)

The fate of British Steel has been hanging in the balance since the company fell into insolvency in early 2019, however, Chinese company Jingye is set to finalise their purchase in the week commencing 8 March 2020. Jingye To Buy British Steel From The Insolvency Service The rescue deal had stalled due to worries expressed […]

The Impact Of HS2 On The UK’s Transport Sector (February 17, 2020)

The background of the HS2 has been long and controversial, with many people threatened with being uprooted from their homes and much debate around the large expense. However, the struggle has seemingly been won as the UK government announced its plans to approve the HS2 project. The route, which is set to link London, Birmingham, […]

Africa’s Richest Woman Caught With All Fingers In Angola’s Pie (January 29, 2020)

The recent Luanda Leaks investigation illustrates the fragility of Africa’s burgeoning economy once again. They are also a significant signal to global traders of just how important it is to carry out research prior to any dealings in shares or currencies, particularly if ethical trades are a primary consideration. Isabel dos Santos is the richest […]

Liberty Steel To Cut Over 350 Jobs In Newport And South Yorks (January 14, 2020)

While all eyes have been watching British Steel for announcements of closure or job cuts, the steel industry is hit with more bad news. The Liberty Steel group took over Tata’s former British Steel plants in South Yorkshire and Newport back in 2017, but announced on 9 January 2020 that more than 350 jobs would […]

CMA To Officially Investigate Amazon-Deliveroo Deal (January 4, 2020)

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) will launch an official investigation into Amazon’s purchase of a share in UK food delivery service Deliveroo after it was announced that the two companies had failed to come up with enough justification for the sale to go ahead. Concerns Raised Earlier in December, after the CMA voiced concerns […]

UK Markets React To General Election Results (December 20, 2019)

After Britain went to the polls on December 12th, electing the Conservatives into office for another five years with a majority of over 60 seats, markets and stocks across the United Kingdom saw significant shifts and changes as the world reacted to the re-election of current PM Boris Johnson. Sterling Gains Sterling made a sharp […]

British Car Manufacturers Weigh In On Brexit Debate (December 6, 2019)

Brexit and issues surrounding any future No Deal Brexit have dominated UK headlines for months, and one of the latest warnings about the future of manufacturing in the UK related to the car sector. The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders which represents the entire vehicle sector in the UK issued a bleak update on […]

Boots Owners Receive Record-Breaking Buyout Deal (November 22, 2019)

The parent company of UK pharmacist and retailer Boots, Walgreens Boots Alliance, have seen their share price peak late this week after rumours began to circulate that a private equity firm, KKR, has made a deal to buy out the company completely. The deal, which if it is successful will be the biggest buyout of […]

Thomas Cook And Fitbit Bought In Busy Weekend (November 14, 2019)

The first weekend of November has proven to be very busy. Thomas Cook has been sold to Fosun, the owner of Club Med, in a deal reported to be around £11 million. At the same time, Fitbit was bought by Google for £1.6 million. Thomas Cook Continues To Be Sold In Pieces Despite its failure […]

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