CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 87.41% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

Scan to Download iOS&Android APP

Neil Dennis

Neil Dennis is news editor at Capital.com. He previously spent 16 years at the Financial Times writing and editing for the markets pages.

Articles by Neil Dennis Page 1

job search
USD vs NFP: Labour market remains tight but inflation pressures ease

Non-farm payrolls data show jobs creation in the US remained robust in December, but wage inflation eased

Neil Dennis14:33, 6 January 2023
manufacturing car production
EUR vs GBP: Are fears of eurozone recession overdone?

PMI data suggests that the eurozone is recovering more quickly from inflation shocks than the UK

Neil Dennis13:22, 4 January 2023
handshake
Global M&A takes a battering as era of cheap financing comes to an end

As interest rates move higher companies find it more expensive to finance new deals

Neil Dennis11:59, 30 December 2022
Swiss franc coins
CHF vs SNB: Swissie climbs as hawkish central bank raises rates by 0.5%

Swiss National Bank indicates further rate rises to come

Neil Dennis11:28, 15 December 2022
dollar up chart
Dollar gains after non-farm payrolls: Is USD on path for end-of-year rally?

Payrolls data suggest US labour market remained tight in November. How could the Fed react?

Neil Dennis14:37, 2 December 2022
Jeremy Hunt
UK Autumn Budget: What could Hunt's fiscal statement mean for GBP, FTSE 100 and gilts?

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt announces sweeping cuts on public services and tax rises. How did UK markets react?

Neil Dennis12:00, 17 November 2022
Midterm election
Stocks fall sharply after US midterm election results

Analysts say stock markets are more focused on inflation and interest rates than midterm election results

Neil Dennis08:25, 10 November 2022
Bank of England building
GBP/USD finds little support as Bank of England gets tough on inflation

BoE goes large with a 0.75% interest rate hike after inflation soars to 10.1%

Neil Dennis12:00, 3 November 2022
Rishi Sunak
Sunak confirmed as UK PM: Markets breathe sigh of relief

Rishi Sunak has been confirmed as PM sparking a relief rally in the pound, equities and Gilts

Neil Dennis13:38, 24 October 2022
A car in Tesla's electric vehicle range
Tesla stock buyback? TSLA shares trading near YTD lows as EV production slows

Growing calls for a Tesla share buyback have been met with a ‘noted’ Tweet from Elon Musk

Neil Dennis10:23, 18 October 2022
GBP/USD parity: Will pound follow euro to even billing as sterling hits record low against dollar?

The pound hit a record low against the dollar on Monday at $1.035 - could it follow the euro down the road to dollar parity?

Neil Dennis07:19, 26 September 2022
Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng
New low for the pound: GBP tumbles after weak data and government growth plans

Weak consumer confidence and PMIs add to GBP woes as government growth plans receive lukewarm response

Neil Dennis10:05, 23 September 2022
Poundfall
BoE disappoints rate hawks with a 0.5% hike but GBP rallies on inflation outlook

The Bank of England disappointed expectations by lifting rates by just 0.5% - the pound slipped from earlier levels

Neil Dennis11:45, 22 September 2022
Arm Softbank
Arm chip designer listing: SoftBank mulls options as chip designer float nears?

What are the options for Softbank's planned Arm flotation? Can UK government influence win a London listing?

Neil Dennis10:17, 20 September 2022
Pound fall
Black Wednesday anniversary 1992: GBP crisis, then and now

A tale of two crises. Can any contrasts or comparisons be drawn and lessons be learned from two sterling crashes?

Neil Dennis10:29, 14 September 2022

Still looking for a broker you can trust?

Join the 480.000+ traders worldwide that chose to trade with Capital.com

1. Create & verify your account 2. Make your first deposit 3. You’re all set. Start trading