On 1 March, US President Donald Trump announced that he will impose tariffs on steel and aluminium imports to protect domestic producers. This decision follows the U.S. Commerce Department’s report last month which concluded that imports of both aluminium...
It was confirmed in the Queen’s Speech that the new minority Conservative government will ensure that “unfair” tenant fees are banned. A new Tenants' Fees Bill was announced, which will stop tenants having to pay money to lettings agents....
The Paradise Papers release is a treasure trove of leaked documents containing information about offshore finance. The documents detail controversial investments by high-profile figures like the monarchy, politicians and celebrities. The complex system of offshore investments is often criticised as...
The US stock market faced its biggest downfall since 2011 on 2nd February, with over $4 trillion being wiped off the value of stock markets internationally. Dow Jones Industrial Average, one of the single most watched indices on the New...
Food price inflation expected to slow: After last year's high inflation in food prices, many will be relieved to hear that the rate at which the price of food increases will be slowing down over the next 6 months, according...
The infamous cryptocurrency has suffered one of its worst weeks since 2013, with a fall in value of over 30 percent at the end of January. Bitcoin’s $44.2bn (£31.5bn) slump has left investors wondering about the sustainability of virtual...