On Friday, you may still wish to keep a hold of a rabbit’s foot and treat mirrors with extra care, but it really shouldn’t be a day to avoid the stock markets
The Boleyn Ground, West Ham United's stadium in east London, saw the second highest price increase at 13.2 percent, although the team are in the process of moving to the former Olympic stadium this summer in Stratford.
In the US, last week’s monthly payrolls report was weaker than expected, which received some negative attention. But job numbers are lagging indicators and April may have been little more than a subdued afterthought of the seasonally low-key winter
Like other private offices, J. Stern was set up to look after the riches of one family – the Sterns, a European banking dynasty – before branching out and offering its services to other super rich folk.
Cerulli Associates, a global analytics firm, says that a fund selector at one UK-based institutional advisor told it that even some larger fund managers are guilty of putting a gloss on achievements.
Large investment banks with an “oligopolistic position” in Europe are “understandably” in favour of staying in the European Union, but small British businesses are being squeezed by regulations from the EU
Although most companies have perfected the art of managing analysts’ expectations, the corporate earnings season is producing fewer surprises although the general trend of a slowdown in profits seems to be continuing.