Who are the winners and losers from the pound’s fall?
by: Roger Blitz 28787548Foreign tourists may enjoy the ride, but shoppers and pensioners could soon feel the heat
Cast your mind back to that surreal period just after Brexit. Remember how discombobulated you felt? Leaderless Britain, Tory party ...
Gabling Compliance - Positive outlook for UK's online gaming industry
Posted by: Ted Menmuir
Growth in Britain’s online gambling industry is expected to remain robust, with turnover set to break £3bn in the next two years despite the Government’s point of consumption tax (PoC).
A new report by ...
Why is globalisation under attack?
By Mark Broad Economics reporter, BBC News
Free trade and globalisation seem to be under siege from a broad and loud range of opponents.
For decades there has been a strong consensus that globalisation brought more jobs, higher wages and lower prices - ...
IMF urges governments to tackle record global debt of $152tn
By Larry Elliott
The debt level is more than twice the size of the global economy and unprecedented as a proportion of GDP, the Fund says
The International Monetary Fund has urged governments to take action to tackle a record $152tn ...
Could Deutsche Bank's £36TRILLION in risky derivatives lead to Lehman-style collapse?
By Siobhan McFadyen
BANKING analysts are warning collapsing Deutsche Bank is facing an
unprecedented crisis over its £36 trillion shadowy 'assets' book.
According to rMETAeports, the bank whose
share price has plummeted by almost half in just a year, is ...