Bitcoin price at an all-time high in December 2020

Bitcoin price at an all-time high in December 2020

Admin 18 Dec, 2020 0

On December 16, Bitcoin price hit all-time record high. The famous cryptocurrency broke above $20,000.00, an increase of over 170% in 2020. As a knock-on effect, cryptocurrency-related companies’ shares also surged.

Clear skies ahead for Boeing

Clear skies ahead for Boeing

Admin 14 Dec, 2020 0

America's largest aircraft maker Boeing has experienced some turbulence.

Joe Biden victory: which consequences for the markets?

Joe Biden victory: which consequences for the markets?

Cecilia 21 Oct, 2020 0

The US elections are taking place in a couple of weeks and both candidates have polar opposite policies.

John McAfee arrested on tax evasion charges

John McAfee arrested on tax evasion charges

Admin 17 Oct, 2020 0

Antivirus creator John McAfee has been arrested in Spain for tax evasion. He now faces extradition to the United States where he was charged. John McAfee has not publicly commented on these charges but, if found guilty, risks a prison sentence of up to 30 years.

Where to invest your money in the event of a second COVID-19 wave?

Where to invest your money in the event of a second COVID-19 wave?

Cecilia 06 Oct, 2020 0

2020 has been a challenging year on many levels. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the market has been incredibly volatile. Markets collapsed before skyrocketing and setting new records. Some have gained from it, while others have lost. But is all this behind us now? What will happen in the event of a second wave, or another lockdown? In these uncertain times, many investors and traders are wondering which strategy to adopt.

Brexit update: what could Boris Johnson’s Internal Market Bill mean for future trade deals?

Brexit update: what could Boris Johnson’s Internal Market Bill mean for future trade deals?

Cecilia 21 Sep, 2020 0

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has submitted a bill that would undermine parts of the Brexit agreement and break international law. The bill was backed by MPs in the Commons 340 votes to 263 and would enable free movement of goods and services across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland after Brexit. This new law would give the UK government the power to override the legally binding withdrawal agreement between the UK and the EU.