Attention shifts to Eurozone and US PMI
Following a bit of an anti-climax after no policy changes from the FED on Wednesday followed by a positive, yet lower than expected US unemployment claims
Brexit: How the UK has been affected in the three months since the vote
On 23 June 2016 Britain voted to leave the European Union (EU) in a historic referendum. There had been speculation by all sides about what would happen if citizens did vote to leave as no other nation had ever done so.
INFOGRAPHIC: What does a post-Brexit Britain look like?
It's been 3 months since Britain voted to leave the European Union. So what does a post-Brexit Britain look like?
No surprises from last nights Fed meeting
There was no surprise from last nights Fed meeting, as Janet Yellen announced there would be no interest rate hike in September.
Tenerife approves wind farm plans
The Canary Islands may be small, but the archipelago has big plans to deliver renewable energy.
Investors await today’s Federal Reserve meeting
With economic data fairly sparse this week, all investors are looking at today’s Federal Reserve meeting due at 7pm GMT. Investors have been trying to second guess the FED next move...
Markets wait in anticipation of tomorrow’s announcement
Yesterday was an interesting start to the week with the ECB’s Current Account data release showing a lower figure than the previous and forecasted (21.0B against predicted 27.2B, and a forecasted 29.5B).