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A “no-deal” Brexit simply means that the United Kingdom (UK) will have to leave the European Union (EU) without any formal withdrawal agreement. This formal agreement essentially sets out the rules of ‘disengagement,’ and would form the basis of the new trade relationship between the UK and the EU during the transition period between March ...
The week in which America lays to rest one of its former presidents, republican heavyweight George W. Bush Snr, also sees one of the most fundamentally volatile and opportunity filled week all year in the markets. Tuesday saw global indices rocked by a cocktail of events, leading to a 3.5% slide in the likes of the ...
Much has been written about Bitcoin and its potential $100,000 price targets. When it was at $20,000 last December, a $100,000 price target didn’t seem ludicrous. Many traders have been looking for a good level to get back in, but how do you catch a falling knife?
Retail clients may have seen much or perhaps all of their ...