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With the EU elections out of the way, the horse-trading over a host of top EU jobs, including who replaces

May 30, 2019

Climate activists protested outside the Bank of England this morning calling for the institution to go green, ahead of the

May 2, 2019

Climate change protesters have announced that they will target the City’s Bank of England on Thursday, with demands that future

April 29, 2019

Even by Donald Trump’s standards, it was an extremely Donald Trump thing to do. Last week, the President nominated Herman

April 16, 2019

The European Central Bank (ECB) kept up recent tradition today when it announced it would hold interest rates at record

April 10, 2019

If an investor is specifically looking for reasons not to invest, he or she will always find them. Indeed, for

March 20, 2019

With no signs of letting up, the cold winds of Brexit uncertainty blowing through parliament have been pretty chilling for

February 26, 2019

‘The only source of knowledge is experience’ – this quote, attributed to Albert Einstein, could be used to frustrate ambitious

February 19, 2019

A decade after the outbreak of the global financial crisis, banks in the euro area have still not recovered. The

February 18, 2019

Chinese stock markets are currently on holiday, with traders and consumers off celebrating the arrival of the Year of the

February 8, 2019

After a dismal 2018, December brought further bad news for the Eurozone in the form of the European Commission’s economic

January 29, 2019

The media circus around Brexit is currently the focus of virtually all economic commentary on the UK. This fixation is

January 17, 2019

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