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Wales

Just Ask Wales

Brought to you in association with Just Ask Wales What do businesses stand to gain from moving to Wales? The prosaic answer is time, money and freedom, but there’s more to it than that. A small country with a devolved […]

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Solar

Solar power growth in China opens up new opportunities for UK companies

UK firms that supply solar power materials and technologies are expected to benefit from the rapid growth in China's solar power industry over the next five years, market

UK economy growing

National Institute of Economic & Social Research forecasts 2.9% growth for UK economy

Economic and social research organisation the National Institute of Economic & Social Research (NIESR) released its latest forecast for the UK economy on Tuesday, revealing that it expects

London

UK government backed London Co-Investment Fund selects Crowdcube as partner

The London Co-Investment Fund (LCIF), a new Government-backed £25m fund designed to meet the funding gap in London faced by tech start-ups, has chosen equity crowdfunding platform Crowdcube

money

Inflation smashing returns: A simple guide to peer-to-peer lending

Thousands of people, just like you, lend their money using an online peer-to-peer lending platform to other people, just like you. Lenders receive inflation smashing returns, much higher

economic growth

Has the Attraction of Investing in Emerging Markets Worn Off?

Investors generally search for opportunities that can bring them the greatest return on investment with a minimized level of risk. The fact is that each investor has unique

teddy_sagi

How Teddy Sagi is taking on the UK

Teddy Sagi is on a bit of a spending spree. Earlier this year, the Playtech billionaire paid a massive

New York

New York City Regains Title as International Property Investment Capital

According to OPP Connect New York has found its groove again, and once again claimed the crown as “real estate capital of the world.”

Alternative Vote

Markets rises following Scotland’s No vote

The FTSE 100 rose 0.65% to 6,863.81, on Friday, following the referendum in which Scottish voters said 'No' to an independent Scotland. The pound has fallen over the past

Jobs

ONS survey reveals increases in employment rates across the UK

Employment rates are increasing across Britain, according to the UK's national statistical institute, the Office for National Statistics (ONS), which published its monthly Labour Market Statistics for the

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