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Is gold is your best play in the current market?

Gold for years has been trading within a range of 1,200-1,400 USD/oz after falling from its highs of 1,900 in 2011. Widely used as...

Bitcoin and its best rally since the 2017 bubble

This past week Bitcoin (BTC) rallied to a high of $13880, the highest its reached in value since late 2017. Some investors believe the...

Ryanair to change share buyback plans due to Brexit

Ryanair will change the way it conducts a €700m share buyback programme due to fears over a no-deal Brexit, the company said. Bosses revealed in...

S&P 500 record highs in sight following Trump tweets

The Standard & Poor 500 Index (S&P) opened above 2,900 (up 30.34 points, 1.05%) as more information passed regarding the trade war. US president Donald...

Iran ‘quadruples production of enriched uranium’

Nuclear officials have revealed that Iran quadrupled its uranium-enrichment production capacity amid tensions with the US over Tehran’s atomic programme. The announcement came after US...

Asda-Sainsbury’s deal block could lead to stock market float

Walmart, US owner of Asda, has said it is “seriously considering” a stock market flotation for the UK supermarket after the chain’s deal to...

Uber shares close down 8% amid doubts on future profit

Uber hit a few potholes on its first day of trading on the US stock market, closing down 8% and reflecting lingering doubts about...

Uber values itself at $82bn ahead of IPO

Uber is set for a wild ride on Wall Street with the biggest and most hotly debated initial public offering (IPO) in years. The world’s...

Marijuana stocks set to boom in 2019

Pot stocks have brought interest among investors with their curiosity in the potential booming recreational and medical marijuana market. What is it that has...

Apple revenue and profits down as iPhone sales take a hit

Apple has reported a decline in both revenue and profits in its latest quarterly financial results, as the company feels the pinch from slowing...

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Keir Starmer calls on PM to urge Donald Trump to ‘respect human rights’

Keir Starmer has called on Boris Johnson to urge Donald Trump to “respect human rights and the fundamental democratic right to peaceful protest” following...

France will not hold Bastille Day parade amid Covid-19 crisis

French troops will not march on the Champs-Elysees avenue on Bastille Day this year. The French presidency says the traditional military parade will be replaced...

Johnson urges world leaders to focus ‘collective ingenuity’ on Covid-19 vaccine hunt

Boris Johnson has urged world leaders to join together and focus their “collective ingenuity” on the search for a coronavirus vaccine that is affordable...

European Central Bank increases support to countries ravaged by pandemic

The European Central Bank has boosted its pandemic emergency support programme by 600 billion euros to 1.35 trillion euros in an effort to keep...

Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu slams West Bank settlers for anti-Trump remarks

Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has harshly criticised Jewish West Bank settler leaders for disparaging President Donald Trump over what they perceive to be...
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