Saturday, September 25, 2021
London Stock Exchange

London AIM Challenged By Nasdaq Nordic Market

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Nasdaq’s junior stock exchange has secured legal approval to offer UK investors tax breaks for investing in its Nordic markets, ramping up its challenge...

Latin American borrowers double down on their efforts for sustainable finance

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Latin America’s largest corporate borrowers are doubling down on their commitment to sustainable finance, tying new bank loans to key performance indicators that ensure...

Dollar’s long-term prospects turn sour

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The US dollar is heading for a drop towards the end of this year, according to strategists, in what would mark a reversal from...
Tax Services

More Jurisdictions Sign Up To New Rules On Corporate Tax Avoidance

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Another 36 jurisdictions have signed up to new rules on corporate tax avoidance as a global crackdown on aggressive tax planning picks up speed....
Trump global stocks

Global stocks rise after Trump holds back on Chinese Trade Wars

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Global stocks pushed higher and the dollar weakened on Monday ( June 1st ) , after Donald Trump’s latest escalation of his dispute with...
HQ Brussels

Tighter Vetting Expected On Takeovers And Mergers From Brussels

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Brussels will call for more rigorous screening of foreign takeovers of European companies, as it seeks to address mounting concerns about a surge of...

Global Debt at Risk of “Qualitative Change”

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Global markets, spurred by policies, have emerged from the March panic during the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. For now, all major economies, including Europe and the United...

South Africa calls for $25bn financial stimulus through IMF

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South Africa’s president Cyril Ramaphosa unveiled fiscal spending worth a tenth of the country’s output, including a first ever request for an IMF loan,...
Currency

Barcelona To Push Forward With It’s Own Currency

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Barcelona City has said it  is going to push ahead with its pilot scheme to roll out a cashless local currency  for  2017 and...
global trade

Global Trade is Not the Same Anymore: How New Trends and Demands Changed the...

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Today, both the global trade and cross-border payment landscape is at the center of several trends. Technology innovation, greater competition, changing customer demands, the...
Britain EU View From The Continent

UK’s Divorce Settlement With EU In Dissaray

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The UK government has insisted it will pay “no more than it needs to” in its divorce settlement with the EU, playing down a...

Turkey’s plunging lira and why it wont stop

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The Turkish lira has once again made global headlines, with a steep drop of 15% on March 22, running from below 7.20 to the...

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