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Trump

Dovish Fed and White House divisions cap dollar rally

Just as the dollar was enjoying a late summer rally, signs of increasing dovishness from the Federal Reserve have put the greenback's recovery on hold

Neil Dennis
Shanghai

IMF warning for China: Reduce debt or face bigger problems

China´s policymakers are facing one of their most significant dilemmas of modern times. In its latest report on the world´s second largest economy, the IMF issued an emphatic warning over rising Chinese debt levels.

James Hester
cash

Asset managers still holding high levels of cash

Asset managers are still holding high levels of cash. This is one of the findings of the most recent global fund manager fund survey carried out by Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Brian Bollen
us-korea

US-North Korea tensions shake up markets

Global equity markets have been hit hard this week as already cool relations between the US and North Korea turn to ice and risk appetite to dust

Neil Dennis
crash

Ogden rate change beginning to impact some insurers

The impact of changes to the so-called Ogden rate on the commercial performance of UK insurance companies is beginning to be felt.

Brian Bollen
Wood worker in workshop

How hobbies are paving the way for new careers

There’s a new work reality for many of us of working age and that is to parlay our passions into money-making ventures.

Claire Hunte

Uncertainty hits UK construction industry growth forecasts

wth prospects for the construction industry in 2018 have been downgraded as the UK prepares to leave the EU, according to the latest forecasts by the Construction Products Association (CPA).

Brian Bollen
euros

Euro strength puts pressure on ECB as traders eye $1.20 level

The euro hit its highest levels in nearly three years on Friday and many believe it will soon reclaim the $1.20 level against the dollar as the US currency continues to flounder

Neil Dennis
PMI

UK purchasing managers subdued at start of Q3

Business activity in the UK's services sectors continued to expand in July, increasing the pace from the previous month, but the latest survey of Britain's supply executives revealed a rather subdued outlook

Neil Dennis




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