Ramla Soni

Ramla Soni comes from a background of wealth management specialising in areas including fintech, sport, business and finance, lifestyle and the global economy. Personal interests include: researching, networking, social media, travel, music, fashion, sport and lifestyle

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WeWork’s IPO valuation cut in half

WeWork, which provides shared workspaces for freelancers, start-ups and Fortune 500 companies is expected to be valued at around $20 billion in its forthcoming initial public offering (IPO)

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EU regulators dig into Facebook’s controversial crypto

EU regulators are looking more intensely into the risks posed by Facebook’s proposed cryptocurrency Libra

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U.S. and China agree to meet in person next month amidst ongoing trade war

The U.S. and China have agreed to meet face-to-face in Washington in a bid to settle tensions in the ongoing trade war, according to statements from both Washington and Beijing on Wednesday night.

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Revenues at top global investment banks hit 13-year low

Total revenues at the top global investment banks reached a 13-year low in the first half of 2019 amid geopolitical tensions

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The Big Short’s Michael Burry compares index funds to subprime CDOs in rare interview

Investor Michael Burry, one of the central figures in the book turned film The Big Short, has given his opinion on a number of topics; from central banks fueling distortions in credit markets, to opportunities in small-cap value stocks and the “bubble” of passive investing.

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HSBC completes first blockchain letter of credit transaction in yuan

HSBC has completed the first yuan-denominated blockchain letter of credit transaction, the bank stated on Tuesday

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ECB President-elect urges renewed fiscal stimulus

Christine Lagarde has urged European governments to cooperate better in efforts to stimulate the hesitant eurozone economy, in her first public appearance as President-elect of the European Central Bank (ECB)

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Central banks in emerging markets are cutting interest rates at levels not seen since 2008

Emerging market policymakers slit interest rates last month, taking lead from central banks such as the U.S. Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank (ECB), Reuters has stated.

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U.S.-China tariff war causes fall in European equities

European equities fell sharply on Tuesday September 3rd, after China and the U.S., the world’s two largest economies began imposing new tariffs on each other's goods.

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Sterling drops to its lowest level since the 1980s following Boris’ Brexit showdown

This morning the pound (GBP) reached its lowest level since the 1980s, as Brexit turmoil continues.

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Brexit uncertainty leads to fall in German exports

The U.S.-China trade war and Brexit continue to significantly affect global economic confidence.

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