UK growth slows ahead of Brexit vote - Schroders

Recent business surveys suggest nervousness amongst firms in the run up to the UK’s referendum on its EU membership, which may be prompting companies to postpone investment and hiring plans.


Does it pay to ‘Sell in May’? - Tilney Bestinvest

With the start of May just days away, should investors heed the old adage to ‘Sell in May and go away, don’t come back till St. Leger Day’, which advocates selling out of the stock market for the summer months?


St. James's Place - Brexit fears have subsided

John Wood of J O Hambro, and fund manager of the St. James’s Place’s General Progressive fund believes that large multinational companies may have their headquarters in London but “their performance is not driven necessarily by what happ


Special Report: Biometrics and banking

Biometrics Research Group, Inc. believes that the financial services sector has emerged as a primary end-user market for biometrics technology worldwide.


Blockchain A Blessing And A Curse For Global Banks

The much-hyped blockchain may hit global investment bank earnings before any other sector, but the costs it can cut out of the whole financial market can also boost their squeezed margins


Surviving Mission Creep by Tim Price

o there is another reason why Europe isn’t growing and it’s one the central bank can do nothing about. Namely, the 19 governments of the Eurozone and the super-state in Brussels have essentially outlawed it