Almost nine months since Britain voted to leave the EU, the country is still here. What’s more, it still appears to be doing fine.
Oil is back in the news again. While financial markets elsewhere have been volatile, Brent crude has been trading in a narrow band.
The ongoing “Trump Rally” has sent shares on Wall Street and in London to new peaks after the new US incumbent just promised corporate tax cuts.
Equities look like they could increasingly be a good place to invest. Smaller companies tend to do better than large ones.
Today I’m writing about money. Like how much of it’s sloshing around, where the effects could be felt and what it all means for your portfolio.
No interest rate or policy change, then, from the Bank of England. But you can’t fault the chutzpah of the “Old Lady”.
So is everything all right with the world again? Distance yourself from the media tittle-tattle about the timing of the next move in US interest rates and it’s very...
10½ reasons why Britain will embark upon an infrastructure boom.
Try to disconnect from all the fallout talk following the Brexit referendum result. The UK is facing far bigger economic and political problems right now.