Universal Music: don’t stop me now…
Lucian Grainge is CEO of Universal Music Group
In Brief

Universal Music: don’t stop me now…

Investors are betting heavily that the ‘boom’ in music streaming ‘still has a long way to go’
24 Sep 2021
EasyJet/Wizz: battle for air supremacy 
Wizz Air and easyJet aircraft
In Brief

EasyJet/Wizz: battle for air supremacy 

‘Wizz’s cheeky takeover bid will have come as a blow to the corporate ego’
17 Sep 2021
Supermarket sweep: investors go ‘wild in the aisles’
Sainsbury’s supermarket
In Brief

Supermarket sweep: investors go ‘wild in the aisles’

The excitement around Morrisons is proving ‘contagious’ – is Sainsbury’s next?
27 Aug 2021
Buying British stocks
Bank of England and Royal Exchange in the City of London
Expert’s view

Buying British stocks

Fresh eye, takeover talk and British stodge
26 Aug 2021
BHP: London’s lost bauble
BHP Mt Arthur coal mine in Australia
In Brief

BHP: London’s lost bauble

Anglo-Australian mining giant is shifting its primary stock-listing to Sydney 
19 Aug 2021
Making money: what the experts think
Michael Burry: a new target in sight
Expert’s view

Making money: what the experts think

Burryed alive, feeling peaky and stalling house prices
19 Aug 2021
Britain for sale
Union Flag pound coins
Why we’re talking about . . .

Britain for sale

The world is vying for UK companies. Why aren’t the locals interested?
13 Aug 2021

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Gold’s ‘flash crash’: what the experts think
Gold bars
Expert’s view

Gold’s ‘flash crash’: what the experts think

Bad news, good news and a loss of faith
13 Aug 2021
Robinhood’s debut: an ‘unconventional listing’
Baiju Bhatt and Vlad Tenev: ‘revitalised’ day trading
Why we’re talking about . . .

Robinhood’s debut: an ‘unconventional listing’

The disruptive app has hit the public markets it seeks to democratise. It could be a wild ride…
6 Aug 2021
Food inflation: a headache for CEOs and consumers alike
Commodity prices are squeezing profit margins
Why we’re talking about . . .

Food inflation: a headache for CEOs and consumers alike

Soaring inflation is hitting big companies such as Unilever 
30 Jul 2021
A bumpy recovery for the economy
Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak
Why we’re talking about . . .

A bumpy recovery for the economy

Inflation has been spooking markets, but the surging Delta variant poses a much greater risk
22 Jul 2021
Wise: the ‘Robin Hood’ of currency exchange
Taavet Hinrikus and Kristo Käärmann are the co-founders of Wise
Expert’s view

Wise: the ‘Robin Hood’ of currency exchange

What the fintech pundits said after the UK’s biggest tech flotation
16 Jul 2021
Bitcoin’s crash: what the experts think 
Bitcoin
Expert’s view

Bitcoin’s crash: what the experts think 

The price plunge has left some ‘chart-watchers’ nervous
25 Jun 2021
The legacy of Bernie Madoff
Bernie Madoff
In Focus

The legacy of Bernie Madoff

The Wall Street swindler orchestrated the largest financial fraud yet seen. Were lessons learned?
23 Apr 2021
Charity shops enjoy bumper sales but donors warned to ‘think before giving’
British Heart Foundation charity shop
Business Briefing

Charity shops enjoy bumper sales but donors warned to ‘think before giving’

EasyJet to ‘ramp up’ summer flights, 1,200 Asda bakery jobs at risk, and other breaking business news
15 Apr 2021
Reddit vs. Wall Street: silver is new battleground
WallStreetBet and Reddit logos
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Reddit vs. Wall Street: silver is new battleground

Small-time investors are targeting the precious metal following GameStop trading frenzy
1 Feb 2021
Tory MPs warn Rishi Sunak against ‘historic tax grab’
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In Depth

Tory MPs warn Rishi Sunak against ‘historic tax grab’

Conservative MPs claim planned hikes will ‘strangle’ economy as debt rockets
1 Sep 2020
Sunak to spend £2bn to help young beat Covid jobs crisis
Rishi Sunak
In Depth

Sunak to spend £2bn to help young beat Covid jobs crisis

Chancellor also expected to announce stamp duty ‘holiday’ and VAT cut in bid to boost post-lockdown economy
8 Jul 2020
A brief guide to the dominant investment “styles”
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In Depth

A brief guide to the dominant investment “styles”

The stock market according to GARP
3 Jul 2020
How to stay calm about your investments in a crisis
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How to stay calm about your investments in a crisis

Six tips on how to build a plan that will be resilient even when times get tough
12 Jun 2020
Housing market bounces back with 137% increase in sales
UK housing market
In Brief

Housing market bounces back with 137% increase in sales

Experts warn that backlog after lockdown freeze may be causing ‘temporary jump’
10 Jun 2020
Why diversification is an investor’s best friend
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Why diversification is an investor’s best friend

Preparing your investments for times of volatility
5 Jun 2020
Coronavirus: why are stocks markets booming?
New York Stock Exchange reopens
In Depth

Coronavirus: why are stocks markets booming?

Analysts offer wealth of explanations for disconnect between Wall Street and the high street
1 Jun 2020
What would a UK ‘recession to end all recessions’ look like?
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In Depth

What would a UK ‘recession to end all recessions’ look like?

Chancellor warns UK is set for ‘unprecedented’ economic downturn as result of pandemic
14 May 2020
Coronavirus: will the pandemic change our economic system?
UK economy
In Depth

Coronavirus: will the pandemic change our economic system?

Long-term effects expected to include more government debt and fewer calls for privatisation
6 May 2020
British economy ‘collapsing’ as confidence falls
Britain's high street retailers are in crisis
In Depth

British economy ‘collapsing’ as confidence falls

Hopes dashed that the economy will recover swiftly
4 May 2020
Is a Covid-19 global recession now inevitable?
Steep losses on Wall Street have caused global stock market slump
In Depth

Is a Covid-19 global recession now inevitable?

Eurozone shrinking as US GDP falls at sharpest rate since the 2008 financial crisis
30 Apr 2020
Are US-Iran tensions flaring again?
Strait of Hormuz
In Depth

Are US-Iran tensions flaring again?

Trump threatens military action over Twitter
23 Apr 2020
Global oil storage almost ‘overwhelmed’ as price plummets
A flame torch at the Total refinery in Donges, western France
In Depth

Global oil storage almost ‘overwhelmed’ as price plummets

Industry facing ‘toughest month ever’ as demand hits 25-year low
16 Apr 2020
Can a deal be struck to raise oil prices?
Russian oilfield
In Depth

Can a deal be struck to raise oil prices?

Opec+ will convene today over video link in a bid to boost crude
9 Apr 2020
UK businesses ‘cannot wait weeks’ for financial aid
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In Brief

UK businesses ‘cannot wait weeks’ for financial aid

Poll finds six in ten UK firms have limited cash reserves giving rise to fear of mass insolvencies
3 Apr 2020
How coronavirus pandemic broke the UK property market
London houses
In Depth

How coronavirus pandemic broke the UK property market

Treasury braced to take major hit as house prices tumble and sales dry up
2 Apr 2020
Carluccio’s and BrightHouse collapse as coronavirus bites
Antonio Carluccio
In Brief

Carluccio’s and BrightHouse collapse as coronavirus bites

Outbreak the ‘final nail in the coffin’ for both brands
31 Mar 2020
Coronavirus: UK unemployment set to double as GDP collapses
unemployment
In Brief

Coronavirus: UK unemployment set to double as GDP collapses

Warnings coronavirus will cause economic hit ‘multiple times that of the global financial crisis’
30 Mar 2020
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