Brexit has felt like a tennis match at times with the ongoing backwards and forwards with Brussels; and after Wednesday night’s developments, the ball is now firmly back in the UK’s court.
Our view on the current financial forecast around the globe, and how it may affect your investment portfolio.
Wading through the complex web of political rhetoric, we offer our take on what this ever-changing situation means for the property market.
With uncertainty all around us we take a look at the latest market moves and what that means for future investments.
Whilst there’s continuing debate and discussion regarding Brexit there has been, arguably, a lack of tangible progress over the last few weeks despite a series of votes in the House of Commons in-between ongoing negotiations with the EU.
Almost two years after triggering Article 50 to leave the European Union, the date circled in everyone’s calendar – 29 March 2019 – may not be the date that the UK leaves the EU.
Theresa May’s Brexit deal was resoundingly defeated at the second attempt in the House of Commons last night.
Love handles, a spare tyre, middle-age spread. Throughout nearly all of human history, food was in short supply and carrying an extra layer of body fat was a sign of good health and prosperity. Until fairly recently, a bit of blubber remained a status symbol in much of the developing world. Times have changed.
Once a niche trend, responsible investing has now entered the mainstream. That shift reflects both changing societal expectations and growing evidence that good companies perform better.