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Annual Review investment companies – 2018

2018 – the return of volatility A trade war, Brexit, US interest rate rises, slowing Chinese growth, a US government shutdown, a dispute over Italy’s budget, the Skripal poisonings, numerous elections – there was plenty to worry about in 2018. A last-minute dive left the US market in negative territory.Sterling continued ...

Death of the high street? 70,000 jobs lost in retail sector in 2018

The drastic slump on the high street shows no signs of improving after a report indicated that 70,000 retail jobs were cut in 2018. Customers are increasingly shopping on-line leading to huge falls in profits for many household name retailers. The British Retail Consortium (BRC), who conducted the study, said ...

David Davis lands £3k an HOUR role as advisor to major Tory donor

The revolving door between Government and big business is a well-trodden path, which shows no signs of abating. Now former Brexit Secretary, David Davis, will trouser a colossal £3,000 an hour as an advisor to JCB. The firm ploughs million into the Conservative Party. It total Davis will be paid ...

Dyson to move headquarters out of Britain

Brexit-backer Sir James Dyson is to relocate the Dyson head office from the UK to Singapore. The prominent Leaver revealed that the island city-state will become the company’s registered headquarters and tax base. The headquarters will switch from Malmesbury, Wiltshire, in a move that is said to be unrelated to ...

The Moment of Kirsten Gillibrand

The only moments in life that count for something are the exceptions. Mondays are Mondays just as Tuesdays blend into every other Tuesday except for the Wednesday that wasn’t a Wednesday because it was the day when, like the title of Joe Heller’s oft-neglected yet brilliant novel, Something Happened. For ...

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