Markets continue to interpret May’s speech
It was another steady day for Sterling, as markets continued to interpret Theresa May’s speech from Tuesday.
Sterling buys into May’s Brexit outline
Yesterday, Theresa May delivered a speech to outline details of the government’s plan for Brexit. The shape of the plan is built around 12 principles...
The future of the EU
In a period of real uncertainty for the European Union, how does its future look?
Annual property sales in Spain rise by 17.3%
The Spanish government’s statistical office has said that almost 34,000 properties were sold in the year to November 2016.
Theresa May to attempt to calm fears of Sterling’s volatility
Today, Theresa May will attempt to calm fears of Sterling’s volatility
Main focus on Theresa May’s speech
Reflecting off of the two main market movers currently, Brexit and the US presidential election, we saw a much more risk adverse week last week in line with some steady Sterling negativity.
Disappointing Chinese data raises fears for global economy
This morning, markets focused on from China where December trade numbers were released a few hours ago. Trade data disappointed...