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Will The Inflation Rate Continue To Grow?

The Labor Department announced Wednesday that inflation increased to its quickest level in far more than 12 years in April, as the United States'...

Investors Brace For A Recession And Look To Property 

  A new independent survey of more than 1,000 UK-based investors has revealed their thoughts on the UK economy and the country's position as an...

8 Benefits Of Investing In Silver

Investing can be a great way to put your money to work for you. When done well, it provides the opportunity to increase your...

Pandemic To Trigger $4 Trillion Loss In Global Real GDP In...

Data presented by Buy Shares indicate that the global economy is projected to lose $3.94 trillion in real GDP. The loss will be recorded...

UK’s Economic Recovery Comes To A Sudden Stop, With Minimal Impact...

The UK’s economic recovery stalled in September, with businesses reporting that profits were down 21% - unchanged from a month earlier. Perhaps more concerningly, business...

‘Racing Covid´s Capital Chasm’ Report: The Need For Capital Will Spell...

· European rates for new equity capital being raised have fallen by nearly 50%, from 380 annually between 1997 and 2007 to 220 annually...

Worldwide Banking and Securities IT Spending to Decline Before Post-COVID-19 Rebound

Despite Current Restrictions, New Sources of Revenue will be Critical to Extended Recovery, According to Gartner, Inc. Worldwide IT spending in the banking and securities...

Monthly Number of ATM Transactions in the UK Plunged by 40%...

The surge in the online payments amid coronavirus lockdown has caused a massive hit on the ATM transactions in the United Kingdom. Even before...

COVID-19 Prompts Biggest Peak In Money Transfers Since Records Began For...

The trajectory of the money transfer and remittance industry is an interestingly polarising one of late, with many variables leaving the sector on a...

Recession, Job Losses, Another Pandemic and Protectionism Are The Top Risks...

· “Prolonged global recession”, “high unemployment”, “another outbreak of infectious disease” and protectionism dominate the list of near-term worries for companies, according to the...

This Is How The UK Economy is Starting To Emerge From...

· Manufacturing and construction businesses appear to have benefited from restrictions easing, while other sectors still struggle. This is the first sign of the...

Market Recovery, Though Quicker Than Expected, Remains Limited

Rupert Thompson, Chief Investment Officer at Kingswood tells us here that economic recovery might happen sooner than experts first expected as markets have now...

Value of Companies Trading on the London Stock Exchange Dropped by...

The coronavirus pandemic has hit the global stock market hard, wiping off billions in stock values amid extreme volatility and massive sell-offs. Historic losses...

Markets Bounce As Investors React To Federal Reserve’s Emergency Rate Cut

Markets have bounced as investors react to potential stimulus measures, including the Federal Reserve’s emergency rate cut, which has been made to mitigate the...

Automotive Sector Is Vulnerable To The Coronavirus Crisis, Warns GlobalData

As the coronavirus crisis deepens, there are rising concerns over the potential economic impact, including for the global automotive industry As the Financial Times has...

5 Economic Events That Will Help Shape the Next Decade

As we kick off the 2020s, let’s reflect on the economic events of the last decade and how they might shape the next one....

Malaysia Economy Outlook: Towards Card Payments Digitisation

South East Asia is a buoyant region. With a 5.2 per cent growth rate on average for the last 5 years, the region is...

Circular Economies To Replace Linear Economies in 10 Years

To remain competitive, supply chain leaders must shift from wasteful linear to circular models that reuse and renew, according to Gartner, Inc. As consumer and...

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