Worst case scenario for UK

Worst case scenario for UK

Posted on June 18, 2017
British markets became even more volatile as Theresa May’s plan to strengthen herself on snap elections failed. In our analysis last week, we expected that further uncertainty may come in the UK but this is probably the worst-case scenario before the Brexit talks.

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Brexit: decisions help the UK

Brexit: decisions help the UK

Posted on June 08, 2017
UK elections are coming today, but that doesn’t mean that Brexit will be smooth. We have analysed the performance of the GBP, stocks and PMI since the referendum to see which path the United Kingdom took and if there’s a way back.

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IT sector soars

IT sector soars

Posted on June 04, 2017
Billions are flowing into tech companies and this alone makes US stock markets fly lately. It’s no wonder: the greatest returns are expected in this sector. Some tech companies make fantastic returns on the long run, so it’s good to keep an open eye on them.

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Ponzi schemes may still be a thing

Ponzi schemes may still be a thing

Posted on May 28, 2017
Ponzi schemes seemingly have their renaissance, as bank rates are still close to zero. Seeing the problem, authorities issue more and more warnings against them. We wrote about how some suspect that OneCoin is a Ponzi scheme but Questra World is a hot topic as well.

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European stock markets are on the rise

European stock markets are on the rise

Posted on May 21, 2017
The election of Emmanuel Macron did good to European markets. According to Bank of America Merrill Lynch, money is flowing into the EU faster than ever before. Since political risks have been subdued a great deal, investors poured $6 billion into the continent’s equities.

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