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International Finance

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Wealth Management

Now is the time to ‘go more global’

It is likely that confirmation of a hard Brexit by UK Prime Minister Theresa May will trigger several years of uncertainty Nigel Green January 19, 2017: Theresa May’s Brexit speech and strong inflation data should prompt investors to reduce exposure to UK assets and invest more internationally. After months of keeping her cards close to...
Economy

Brexit may change growth rate from 2.2% to 1.4%

UK companies to benefit from cut in corporation tax IFM Correspondent November 25, 2016: Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered the last Autumn Statement this year and said that the government is focused on preparing and supporting the economy as they begin to write a new chapter in the country’s history. Hammond spoke about tackling the weaknesses in...
Economy

Brexit means Brexit, EU tells UK

EU voices impatience with a lack of clarity from UK PM on what she expects IFM Correspondent November 24, 2016: European Parliament leaders told London’s Brexit negotiator on Tuesday that Britain should expect to be shut out of cooperation in areas it values once it leaves the European Union. David Davis met Guy Verhofstadt, the...
Economy

Autumn Statement is just what business needs

Chancellor Hammond is not about fancy initiatives, meddling too much or tweaking things for the sake of a good headline; he does something only when it is required Alan Mellor November 24, 2016: The UK government’s first – and last – Autumn Statement will be remembered for its sensibleness. When faced with a crisis, Ronald...
Economy

Brexit: Sterling appears more vulnerable than any other major currency

Its value in foreign exchange markets is reliant on purchase of UK financial assets by overseas investors Don Smith October 27, 2016: Despite a run of better than expected UK economic data since the Brexit vote – including 0.7% second-quarter expansion, beating estimates – financial markets are increasingly concerned about the outlook for the country’s...
Economy

UK’s €40 billion bill could be EU’s first Brexit hurdle

UK could put the budgetary contributions at the forefront of negotiations, in the hope of gaining leverage Lewis Crofts and Matthew Holehouse October 20, 2016: Before UK and EU officials get down to the detailed work of unpicking laws and drafting the transitional measures to govern Brexit, they may first have to deal with the...
Economy

Brexit: So far so good for the UK

International Finance Desk
Among other things, it is more price competitive in global markets, thanks to the depreciation of the pound Suparna Goswami Bhattacharya September 26, 2016: Though talks of the adverse after-effects of Brexit have been going on for a while, things have not been as bad for the country as was predicted, at least for now....