Britain does not necessarily need an EU trade deal to thrive post Brexit.
All eyes are on the Chancellor’s forthcoming budget.
Is there anything which would cause the UK housing market to enter a sustained slump? Not if the government can help it.
Talk of a ‘W’ shaped recovery could be premature.
A flat tax was seen as too controversial prior to Covid but could the pandemic justify its introduction?
While other sectors have faced the full brunt of the Covid downturn, the tech sector seems eerily unscathed.
The Covid crisis will make us reassess property value, says Kate Andrews
Investors remember another crisis not so long ago where buying at the bottom paid off.
Now that every investment company has its own online platform, it’s easy enough to buy shares directly.
As it stands, the government has protected employees of big corporations but left the self-employed high and dry.
The suspension of civic society is without precedence in peacetime and, as we all spend less, the economy will suffer further.
The much-maligned Mansion Tax never came to pass but what else did the Chancellor have to say on housing?
In the immediate aftermath of the Grenfell fire the left lost no opportunity to try to make out that it…
It’s been dubbed the ‘Boris Bounce’: from the day after the election to the peak in mid-January, the FTSE 100…
It would have been great if you got in early. Over the past year shares in a small company called…
Remember day trading, the fad for retail investors trying to emulate the hotshots of Wall Street from their spare bedrooms,…
In the light of Neil Woodford’s fall from grace, Woody Allen’s quip that ‘A stockbroker is someone who invests your…
This week has been a reminder of how the sharpest falls in the stock market are often followed by the sharpest gains.
The tax has been jacked up so often that it’s no wonder so few of us want to move house.
Boris Johnson is said to have gone cool on proposals for a mansion tax following negative comment from aggrieved mansion-owners.…
If the government uses the extra revenue to slash stamp duty it could give first time buyers a welcome leg-up.
Expected reforms to the tax on doctors’ pensions may well trigger a better deal for other workers.
the new policy might seem attractive but it comes with hidden catches that could hamper first time buyers when it’s time for them to sell up.
Changes in the way we shop mean last year’s retail figures are deceptive.
From British infrastructure to companies that trade heavily with the US, would-be investors should be led by geopolitics this year.