While COVID-19 didn’t invent the concept of cashless and contactless shopping, it did bring the concept to the forefront.
UK banks are to be banned from charging higher fees for unarranged overdrafts.
2018 is a dismal year for the largest banks by market cap in terms of share price performance – with a very few notable exceptions.
The Pound Sterling value has risen against both the dollar and the euro in response to the news that a no-confidence vote in Theresa May has been triggered.
The uncertainty surrounding Brexit has “shackled” the pound, which has struggled to return to pre-referendum levels since the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union.
Two of UK’s mid-tier accountancy firms BDO and Moore Stephens LL are set to merge, but the gap to Big Four dominance is likely to remain.
In a survey from EY of US millennials, the statistics paint a picture of a risk-averse generation who delay responsibility and prioritise education.
“Investment that would have come here has not come here,” said Carolyn Fairbairn, Director General of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has warned ahead of the Brexit deadline, which will see the United Kingdom pull out of the European Union in March 2019.
Customers who stay with their broadband provider could be worse off than those who choose to switch.
Earlier this month, Canada became the second country to fully legalise cannabis.
The mortgage applications fear is one of Britons’ all-time greatest fears.
Each of Rupert Murdoch’s children is set to receive at least $2bn from the sale of 21st Century Fox to Disney, making two of them the new world’s youngest billionaires.
The Federal Reserve, the central banking system of the United States, hiked its interest rate at its September 2018 meeting to a range of 2-2.25%.
Across five countries in five continents – China, the US, Russia, South Africa and Brazil – and five of the highest-paid careers in mining (drilling operations director, site manager, engineer, geologist and health and safety coordinator) this discrepancy is obvious.
Insurance and healthcare group Bupa has been fined £175,000 for failing to protect customer data after an employee attempted to sell personal data of 547,000 Bupa customers on the dark web.
Experts from the UK government and the City have warned that another financial crisis will happen and is just a question of when and how bad it will be.
Goldman Sachs UK has ramped up its efforts to transition from Wall Street to the High Street.
Half of all millionaire CEOs are self-made according to a study of those that hold the ‘chief executive’ job title.
Canadian mining company Barrick Gold has agreed an $18.3bn acquisition of Randgold Resources, which will create the world’s largest gold company valued in excess of $24bn.
On Monday evening, the White House announced that it would be imposing new trade tariffs on $200bn worth of Chinese imports, as the US-China trade war heats up.
Zimbabwe could be the latest country to establish its own cryptocurrency.
Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney has warned that a no-deal Brexit could wipe 35% off the United Kingdom’s housing market.
Ten years on if you are wondering will there be another Lehman Brothers corporate collapse, the likely answer is no, but the same can’t be said for a potential financial crisis.
Around 90% of European companies expect their IT budgets to grow or remain the same during 2019, with the largest factor for upgrading being outdated infrastructure.
Since the beginning of 2018, 250 free ATM closures, on average, took place each month in the UK.
Barclays has announced that it is working with the UK Government to provide £1bn of development finance to go towards the construction of thousands of new homes across England to help improve housing provision and support smaller developers.
With the prospect of a no-deal Brexit looming, the UK financial sector is preparing itself for a hit.
September marks the start of a fresh business season in the Middle East, and the region remains a market that cannot be ignored.
Saudi Arabia’s stock exchange is set to introduce exchange-traded derivatives in early 2019, nearly two years earlier than expected.
CoinCorner CEO Daniel Scott has refuted claims that Goldman Sachs’ decision to backtrack on plans to open a cryptocurrency trading desk caused Wednesday’s flash crash across the cryptocurrency market.