Money - Archive

June 2018 articles

Over one in 10 (13 per cent) adults in the UK have no savings at all, a report by the City watchdog has found.  [...]

20 June
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The World Cup is underway, so what better way to explain the miracle effects of compounding than via a football analogy? [...]

20 June
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It’s fashionable for central banks to be more cautious in the West. The Federal Reserve is busy putting up interest rates. [...]

19 June
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The private equity arm of Middle Eastern sovereign wealth fund the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) will buy a 21.4 per [...]

19 June
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Brexit uncertainty is far from over. Indeed, as we approach the crunch point in negotiations over the summer, we expect rhetoric [...]

19 June
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Given the CYBG-Virgin deal, will we see more consolidation in the banking sector? [...]

19 June
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Recent rises in the oil and gas price worry some in the markets. Will they trigger more inflation? Will there be supply interruptions [...]

18 June
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"Let's play a game,” says Rob Gardner, opening up his bag of tricks. A jumble of colourful building blocks spill out onto the [...]

18 June
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Dixons Carphone is bracing itself for plummeting pre-tax profits this week, as it continues to investigate a devastating data [...]

17 June
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Exeter-based Crowdcube has posted losses for another year, as revenues slump due to sources of new campaigns on the platform [...]

17 June
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The US and China have been trading fierce rhetoric over the past two months, threatening to slap billions of dollars' worth of [...]

14 June
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With pressure on charges and an increasing regulatory burden there has probably never been a more challenging time to start a [...]

13 June
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You might be familiar with Space Invaders – the computer game where you have to shoot aliens. [...]

13 June
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Entrepreneurs often thrive in circumstances where traditional, established companies struggle – Microsoft, General Electric [...]

13 June
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The term “squeezed middle” is often used in the context of the UK economy, and it’s true of our mid-sized growth businesses [...]

13 June
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