The COVID-19 impact on global supply chains has meant that UK businesses could be forgiven for taking their eyes off the rapidly approaching hardball that is Brexit. Come January 2021, they’ll no longer have that option.
During the first quarter of 2020, global stocks plummeted as a result of Covid-19, with indexes such as the Dow Jones plunging to record lows on March 9th, March 12th and March 16th.
Top-flight shares in London were the standout performers in Europe on Tuesday as investors snapped up oil and tobacco stocks.
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The pound and the markets ended Monday in a gloomy mood as traders remained nervous over geopolitical developments.
The pound strengthened on Friday as investors grew confident that Britain will avoid leaving the European Union without a trade deal.
Irn-Bru maker AG Barr expects to report higher profit, shrugging off the new sugar tax, but warned that it expects continued uncertaint..
The FTSE 100 was under pressure on Tuesday as investors continued to fret about global growth, while the stronger pound added to sell-off
The FTSE 100 pared losses on Thursday thanks to the weak pound while global indexes declined as previous investor optimism around US-Ch..
Norwegian energy firm DNO has moved one step closer to taking over Faroe Petroleum after gaining a majority stake in the group.
The FTSE 100 managed to start the new year on the front foot on Wednesday, ending in positive territory after being weighed down early ..