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Where is the Pound really heading to?

One of the biggest questions is everyone’s mind nowadays is where is the pound heading to. In this article I will express my opinion on what’s to happen in the near and far … Continue reading “Where is the Pound really heading to?”


From Rags to Riches: Bitcoin’s Path to Success

It was not so long ago that bitcoin was a word which meant nothing to all but a small group of tech-savvy people, and even then it barely raised eyebrows. Back in 2010, … Continue reading “From Rags to Riches: Bitcoin’s Path to Success”


Barnier rejects UK Brexit customs proposals

EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier has rejected the idea of the UK collecting customs duties on behalf of the trading block, according to BBC News. Barnier confirmed that the EU would not delegate … Continue reading “Barnier rejects UK Brexit customs proposals”


Hot weather could worsen Brexit-related food shortages

The prolonged hot weather in the UK could impact food supplies later in the year, worsening the impact of any disruption caused by a no-deal Brexit, according to the Food and Drink Federation … Continue reading “Hot weather could worsen Brexit-related food shortages”


Mortgage Issues Can Be a Huge Midterm Issue Among Voters

The Trump administration has rolled back several regulations that were made under the Obama administration. He was honest about his plans even before he was elected. In fact, some of those policies have … Continue reading “Mortgage Issues Can Be a Huge Midterm Issue Among Voters”


Know the 5 Reasons Behind the UK High Street Crisis and Avoid them

Our high streets are still in crisis with retailers struggling with monster problems such as rising overheads, a shift to online shopping and slimmer profits. Many brands have been closing stores in a … Continue reading “Know the 5 Reasons Behind the UK High Street Crisis and Avoid them”


UK house prices rise at slowest rate in five years

House prices rose at their slowest annual rate for five years this month, according to figures from Nationwide reported by Reuters. The mortgage lender said the slowdown was linked to relatively low economic … Continue reading “UK house prices rise at slowest rate in five years”


Brexit bill underestimated by £10bn plus, says Committee

A parliamentary committee has said that the government has underestimated the payment to be made to the European Union following Brexit by at least £10bn, according to Reuters. Negotiations between the UK and … Continue reading “Brexit bill underestimated by £10bn plus, says Committee”


The Future of Agro-industry in Latin America

International Trade expert Leonardo Gonzalez Dellan calls for a new culture of enterprise in the Latin American Agro-industry sector. “The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization estimates that a 50 percent jump in global … Continue reading “The Future of Agro-industry in Latin America”


Visa says broken switch caused 1 June payment failures

Visa has cited a broken switch as the root cause of payment processing problems on Friday 1 June that saw failed transactions across Europe, according to the Guardian. Some 5.2m transactions failed during … Continue reading “Visa says broken switch caused 1 June payment failures”


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