Those shares you bought have risen nicely in price. You definitely made the right decision there. You knew you’d be good at this investment lark.
With the introduction of Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) now four months away, protecting sensitive data against increasingly sophisticated hackers has become a business priority.
Two words, ‘average’ and ‘down’. It sounds a strategy lacking oomph.
By Rina Chandran MUMBAI, Jan 8 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When urban designer Trupti Vaitla asked residents of a Mumbai slum what new features they'd like to see in their dilapidated public space, she was surprised by one popular answer: a patch of grass. The Lotus Garden is the...
When the UK voted to leave the European Union on 23 June 2016, shockwaves reverberated around the world’s financial markets. Stockmarkets tumbled overnight, the pound plummeted
California’s official entrance into the legalised cannabis market on 1 January has heightened interest in both the market and its huge investment potential but investors who fail to sniff out the risks could see their investment go up in a puff of smoke.
SEOUL, Jan 2 (Reuters) - South Korea's central bank chief on Tuesday said a decision on any further monetary policy tightening should not be related to the coming end of his term. "As I said earlier I asked not to relate the timing of my term ending with policy interest rate...
There’s been no shortage of surprises for investors in 2017. Who’d have thought that Bitcoin valuations would go through the roof or that emerging markets would perform so strongly. Will there be more of the same in 2018 or will new themes emerge?
By Eyanir Chinea and Maria Ramirez CARACAS/CIUDAD GUAYANA, Venezuela, Dec 26 (Reuters) - There was no way Jose Ramon Garcia, a food transporter in Venezuela, could afford new tires for his van at $350 each. Whether he opted to pay in U.S. currency or in the devalued local bolivar currency at...
The 12 Days of Christmas began as a catechism song for young Catholics when their religion was criminalised in England. Hundreds of years later, The 12 Days of Christmas has been used to promote a magnitude of products and feature in millions of marketing campaigns during the festive period.