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At the beginning of June, the Organization for Economic Cooperation (or the OECD) released its global economic outlook. It painted a very sombre picture of how all the economies around the world would cope in 2020 and beyond.  Here, in this blog post, we look at...

Since March, focus has been firmly on Covid-19 but there is further financial regulation scheduled to be introduced in the remainder of 2020 and 2021 which firms need to be aware of. Both the FCA (Financial Conduct Authority) and the PRA (Prudential Regulation Authority) have...

We are halfway through 2020, and the cryptocurrency sector is more relevant than ever. This is a massive change from only a few short years back when cryptos were largely unknown in the world. It was out of the question for any major financial institution...

It is hard to summarize succinctly what has happened in the financial markets and various stock exchanges around the world since Covid19 became a worldwide pandemic. Even six months on from the first death the disease caused, we are still in the thick of troubles...

Back when cryptocurrency originally emerged, it did so quietly. The news did not take long before it started to spread, but even that took a long time to happen. It only emerged in its full glory in 2017, thanks to the Bitcoin bull run. However, while...

Covid-19 and the regulatory impact on financial markets The impact of Covid-19 on the global financial market has been huge – some stock exchanges saw their fastest drop in history and analysts say banks’ performance in equity and debt markets is already on a par with...

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