Brexit delay and UK elections: what happens now?

Brexit delay and UK elections: what happens now?

Cecilia 04 Nov, 2019 0

This week has seen many new developments for the UK, with yet another extension to Brexit granted by the EU and the announcement of snap general elections before Christmas, on December 12th. 

The Supreme Court rules that Boris Johnson’s suspension of parliament was unlawful: what’s next for Brexit and the UK?

The Supreme Court rules that Boris Johnson’s suspension of parliament was unlawful: what’s next for Brexit and the UK?

Cecilia 27 Sep, 2019 0

On Tuesday morning, judges unanimously ruled that the PM’s prorogation of Parliament was unlawful.

How Facebook's Libra could endanger the economy?

How Facebook's Libra could endanger the economy?

Rosa 19 Aug, 2019 0

Facebook's Libra is currently making the economic headlines across the globe. It was therefore a hot topic at the Chantilly (France) G7 meeting of finance ministers and central bankers. While that meeting was ongoing, the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate were carefully listening to David Marcus, the manager for Facebook’s digital currency project.

Boris Johnson elected Prime Minister: is the UK headed towards a no-deal Brexit?

Boris Johnson elected Prime Minister: is the UK headed towards a no-deal Brexit?

Cecilia 25 Jul, 2019 0

Winning 92,153 votes to Jeremy Hunt’s 46,656, frontrunner Boris Johnson was elected new Conservative leader and UK prime minister on Tuesday 23 July.

Bitcoin vs. Libra: What should you invest in ?

Bitcoin vs. Libra: What should you invest in ?

Admin 19 Jul, 2019 0

You’d have to be living off-grid to not have heard: Facebook is launching, along with around thirty other strategic partners, a new digital currency called LIBRA. Or at least, that is the plan. Libra should officially be out in 2020.

Why are investors rushing into gold?

Why are investors rushing into gold?

Rosa 04 Jul, 2019 0

The price of gold recently jumped to a 6-year high. According to experts, there are several reasons for the surge, including the likelihood of lower interest rates, a slowing global economy and heightened geopolitical tensions.