Search giant Google (GOOGL) is stepping to prop up an industry it is accused of destroyin
The Bank of England (BOE) has argued that Britain’s economy is underperforming in part due to Brexit uncertainty and will continue to do so if an October deal is not reached, Reuters reports.
The New York division of the U.S. Federal Reserve will inject billions more in liquidity to ease up the cash flow within the intrabank lending markets.
After six months of fruitless political negotiations Spain is preparing for its fourth election in as many years.
Following Monday’s dramatic jump, Oil prices dropped on Tuesday September 17th by more than 6%
Sirius Minerals’ (SXX) decision today to abandon plans to raise £400m in a bond sale have delayed what would be the largest mining project in Britain and caused the value of its shares to half.
Anheuser-Busch InBev NV (BUD) is attempting for the second time to list its Asia business on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEX), hoping to raise $6.6bn
WeWork has shelved its planned initial public offering following a lacklustre response from investors and concerns from its major shareholders
Tech giant Apple (AAPL) will contest a landmark 13bn euro (EUR) fine imposed on it by the European Commission for back taxes
Michael Nowak, the head of precious metals trading at JPMorgan has been charged by U.S. prosecutors with organising an eight-year long conspiracy to defraud customers and manipulate markets
Spokesmen from PayPal have related their reticence as to the future of Facebook’s prospective digital currency Libra, according to a report from Agence France Presse (AFP).
On Friday 13th SeptemberJ D Wetherspoon (JDW), the British pub group, reported a 4% drop in pre-tax profits totalling £102.5m
On Friday September 13th Reuters reported on the German Economy Ministry’s announcement that it did not foresee a significant recession in the near future.
J.P. Morgan Cazenove has sung the praises of insurgent British tonic water brand Fever-Tree, starting coverage of it and awarding it an “outperform” rating.
With increased fears of a looming recession, economic sanctions and ongoing trade tensions both Russia and China are adding to their gold reserves. The price of gold has risen by 18% since January 1st 2019 and is now at a six-year high.