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Wednesday, 18th September - WeWork slacks off

The hotly anticipated initial public offering of WeWork parent The We Company has been shelved until at least later this year. Miner Sirius Minerals saw its stock fall more than 50% after a failed bond sale put its major British project at risk.

6 MIN8 hours ago
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Wednesday, 18th September - WeWork slacks off

Tuesday, 17th September - Oil is lit

Disruption to Saudi Arabia’s oil supply caused the price of oil to spike, potentially hitting companies – and you – in the pocket. Purdue Pharma’s knees buckled under the weight of lawsuits relating to its addictive painkillers, and it filed for bankruptcy.

6 MIN1 days ago
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Tuesday, 17th September - Oil is lit

Monday, 16th September - Fed set to slice

Stronger-than-expected US retail sales and consumer price growth figures are unlikely to prevent an interest rate cut later this week.Shares of cybersecurity firm Cloudflare popped 20% on their first day of trading – but SmileDirectClub’s grin slipped.

8 MIN2 days ago
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Monday, 16th September - Fed set to slice

Friday, 13th September - The vapes of wrath

The US announced a forthcoming ban on flavored e-cigarettes, while brewer ABIn Bev revived plans to list shares of its Asian business. The European Central Bank cut interest rates further into negative territory and resumed its bond-buying stimulus program in an attempt to boost economic growth.

7 MIN5 days ago
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Friday, 13th September - The vapes of wrath

Thursday, 12th September - China and Britain exchange vows

The Hong Kong stock exchange made a $37 billion offer to take over its London equivalent – potentially wrecking London’s own bid to acquire data giant Refinitiv. Zara owner Inditex reported rising revenue in the first half of 2019 – but an accompanying increase in profit wasn’t as strong as investors had hoped.

7 MIN6 days ago
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Thursday, 12th September - China and Britain exchange vows

Wednesday, 11th September - Britain gets a pay rise

UK wage growth accelerated to hit its highest level in eleven years. Investors sat on the fence as Apple, the world’s second largest public company, unveiled its latest set of products.

7 MIN1 weeks ago
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Wednesday, 11th September - Britain gets a pay rise

Tuesday, 10th September - You call that a trade surplus?

The value of Chinese trade unexpectedly shrank last month, while an auto sales slump in India got even worse. European airlines took a hit after Air France-KLM warned of weak peak bookings and British Airways’ pilots went on strike.

8 MIN1 weeks ago
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Tuesday, 10th September - You call that a trade surplus?

Monday, 9th September - When life gives you Lululemons...

Weaker-than-expected US jobs data for August fueled investor expectations for a a further interest rate cut later this month.Shares of “athleisure” guru Lululemon hit a record high after its latest earnings report beat predictions.

7 MIN1 weeks ago
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Monday, 9th September - When life gives you Lululemons...

Friday, 6th September - Slack sends the wrong message

Messaging software company Slack’s maiden quarterly earnings included a worse-than-expected forecast – and disappointed investors sold its shares. Revenues at investment banks fell to a 13-year low in the first half of 2019, but a recent company bond bonanza might help ease the blow.

7 MIN1 weeks ago
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Friday, 6th September - Slack sends the wrong message

Thursday, 5th September - Looks like recession...

Weak service sector data from the UK and Europe may make both recessions and interest rate cuts increasingly likely. Hong Kong authorities finally backed down on a controversial Chinese extradition bill, sending the value of local stocks flying up.

7 MIN1 weeks ago
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Thursday, 5th September - Looks like recession...

Latest Episodes

Wednesday, 18th September - WeWork slacks off

The hotly anticipated initial public offering of WeWork parent The We Company has been shelved until at least later this year. Miner Sirius Minerals saw its stock fall more than 50% after a failed bond sale put its major British project at risk.

6 MIN8 hours ago
Comments
Wednesday, 18th September - WeWork slacks off

Tuesday, 17th September - Oil is lit

Disruption to Saudi Arabia’s oil supply caused the price of oil to spike, potentially hitting companies – and you – in the pocket. Purdue Pharma’s knees buckled under the weight of lawsuits relating to its addictive painkillers, and it filed for bankruptcy.

6 MIN1 days ago
Comments
Tuesday, 17th September - Oil is lit

Monday, 16th September - Fed set to slice

Stronger-than-expected US retail sales and consumer price growth figures are unlikely to prevent an interest rate cut later this week.Shares of cybersecurity firm Cloudflare popped 20% on their first day of trading – but SmileDirectClub’s grin slipped.

8 MIN2 days ago
Comments
Monday, 16th September - Fed set to slice

Friday, 13th September - The vapes of wrath

The US announced a forthcoming ban on flavored e-cigarettes, while brewer ABIn Bev revived plans to list shares of its Asian business. The European Central Bank cut interest rates further into negative territory and resumed its bond-buying stimulus program in an attempt to boost economic growth.

7 MIN5 days ago
Comments
Friday, 13th September - The vapes of wrath

Thursday, 12th September - China and Britain exchange vows

The Hong Kong stock exchange made a $37 billion offer to take over its London equivalent – potentially wrecking London’s own bid to acquire data giant Refinitiv. Zara owner Inditex reported rising revenue in the first half of 2019 – but an accompanying increase in profit wasn’t as strong as investors had hoped.

7 MIN6 days ago
Comments
Thursday, 12th September - China and Britain exchange vows

Wednesday, 11th September - Britain gets a pay rise

UK wage growth accelerated to hit its highest level in eleven years. Investors sat on the fence as Apple, the world’s second largest public company, unveiled its latest set of products.

7 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Wednesday, 11th September - Britain gets a pay rise

Tuesday, 10th September - You call that a trade surplus?

The value of Chinese trade unexpectedly shrank last month, while an auto sales slump in India got even worse. European airlines took a hit after Air France-KLM warned of weak peak bookings and British Airways’ pilots went on strike.

8 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Tuesday, 10th September - You call that a trade surplus?

Monday, 9th September - When life gives you Lululemons...

Weaker-than-expected US jobs data for August fueled investor expectations for a a further interest rate cut later this month.Shares of “athleisure” guru Lululemon hit a record high after its latest earnings report beat predictions.

7 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Monday, 9th September - When life gives you Lululemons...

Friday, 6th September - Slack sends the wrong message

Messaging software company Slack’s maiden quarterly earnings included a worse-than-expected forecast – and disappointed investors sold its shares. Revenues at investment banks fell to a 13-year low in the first half of 2019, but a recent company bond bonanza might help ease the blow.

7 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Friday, 6th September - Slack sends the wrong message

Thursday, 5th September - Looks like recession...

Weak service sector data from the UK and Europe may make both recessions and interest rate cuts increasingly likely. Hong Kong authorities finally backed down on a controversial Chinese extradition bill, sending the value of local stocks flying up.

7 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Thursday, 5th September - Looks like recession...

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