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Our core team of experts take you beyond the headlines to study the forces shaping the world’s finances.

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A group of expats are hoping to stop Brexit by challenging the European Council’s negotiating guidelines in court. The 12 expats, led by campaigner Harry Shindler, a 97-year-old British expat living in Italy, claim the European Council’s negotiation guidelines are illegal. The group argues each EU body that Britain withdraws from...
President Donald Trump has told the world that the American dream is alive and thriving after his first year in The White House. But any detail was hard to sift from the unsupported claims in his annual State of the Union speech. The best Trump could manage was that the economy...
Chancellor Philip Hammond’s spring statement marked a change in the way the British government major tax or spending changes. In the statement to a packed House of Commons, Hammond explained the traditional March Budget would now happen in the Autumn. Pushing the date forward allowed anyone affected by the changes to...
Most of us worry about having enough to pay the bills while putting some money away to pay for a comfortable retirement. But a shocking survey reveals the real state of the nation when it comes to saving - and the results are do not make good reading. An astonishing one...
Shocking studies investigating insider trading on Wall Street suggest investing in shares is rigged and not limited to the occasional lone rogue trader. Three studies have looked at hundreds of financial institutions and thousands of traders and others who have worked on Wall Street - the home of the New...