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Schwarz Gehard London to Relocate Private Client Services to Firm's Headquarters in Vienna Due to Brexit

Schwarz Gehard London to Relocate Private Client Services to Firm's Headquarters in Vienna Due to Brexit

London-based asset management firm Schwarz Gehard is set to initiate plans to relocate the management of its private client services to their institutional offices located in Vienna, Austria. The move comes at a time when the uncertainty surrounding a Brexit…

VAR Capital Investment Director Petra Posnikova Shares Brexit Update

​​Brexit is unique. There is no precedent of a developed economy withdrawing from a trade agreement as major and complex as the European Union. There are many potential issues affecting UK’s financial stability arising from this ongoing process. The political…

JDA Expands UK Footprint with London Office Opening in Famed Gherkin Building

JDA Expands UK Footprint with London Office Opening in Famed Gherkin Building

JDA Software, Inc. today announced the opening of a new office and Experience Centre in London, underscoring its increased focus in the UK market and expanding reach across EMEA with its supply chain and retail solutions. JDA will also use…

Burton Mills – UK Retail Sales Up in February

​UK retail sales spiked in February, although Burton Mills economists say concerns persist about the strength of consumer demand as the Bank of England considers when to increase interest rates leading up to Brexit in little over a year. The…

Asthon Whiteley – Parliament to Have Final Say on Brexit Deal

The UK’s opposition Labour Party will insist that parliament has the last say on the government’s proposed Brexit agreement. Ashton Whiteley analysts say this will include the option of sending the ministers back to negotiations instead of leaving with no…

Ashton Whiteley – UK Called on to Consider Tourism Sector

An industry association has urged the UK to consider the needs of the tourism and travel sector when conducting its Brexit negotiations. Ashton Whiteley analysts have warned that Britain could lose out on growth and income as well as the…

Burton Mills – BoE Set to Hike Rates in May

Burton Mills economists say that the Bank of England likely remains on track to raise interest rates in May, an event which would lift rates higher than their emergency levels for the first time since the financial crisis ten years…

Ashton Whiteley Says No Deal Brexit Would Cost Billions

Businesses in the UK and European Union could be in for an additional 58 billion pounds in yearly costs if there is a no-deal Brexit. Ashton Whiteley economists say the UK’s financial sector will be the hardest hit in this…

Ashton Whiteley – EU Rejects Open Market Access for UK

​Shanghai, China based Ashton Whiteley analysts say that although France maintains that it is not taking a hard line on Brexit negotiations, it does not see a strong possibility of a free trade deal being struck which grants the UK…

Hamilton Crawford Says May Could Compromise on Brexit

There are only a few weeks to go before a crucial summit at which Britain hopes to convince the EU to agree to a period of transition after Brexit. Hamilton Crawford analysts say there could be a deal at the…

Harvey Blackwood Reports May Rejects Brexit Treaty Draft

​British Prime Minister, Theresa May says she will not, under any circumstances, approve of the draft Brexit agreement put forward by the European Union earlier this week. Harvey Blackwood analysts believe that this could indicate a potential breakdown in Brexit…

Ashton Whiteley: UK Construction Slows in January

Ashton Whiteley: In January, for the first time since September 2017, Britain’s building sector came close to contracting as worries over the country’s political situation led to a decrease in new orders. The IHS Markit/CIPS UK Construction PMI dropped to 50.2 last…

Morgan Newfield – UK Employment Rises

The number of people employed in the UK increased and wage growth rose to an almost one year high. Morgan Newfield economists believe this data may prompt Bank of England policymakers to consider another interest rate hike. According to Taipei,…

Ashton Whiteley: EU Leaders Prioritize Banking Union

Shanghai, China-based Ashton Whiteley economists say European Union leaders will probably reach a decision this week about giving priority to eurozone integration and completion of its banking union. In addition, they will likely extend the duties of the eurozone bailout…

Burton Mills: Firms Prepare for Brexit Without Deal

Burton Mills: Large firms are ramping up their preparation strategies in the event that Britain exits the European Union without an agreement as Prime Minister Theresa May battles to get discussions back on track after a serious stumbling block. Analysts…

Harvey Blackwood: UK Black Friday Shoppers Spend on Food

Harvey Blackwood: UK consumers jumped at Black Friday deals towards the end of November but a larger portion of their budgets was taken up by the rising cost of food, retailers said on Tuesday. According to analysts at Shanghai, China-based…

'Trumping Democracy': The Overlooked Story of Trump's Biggest Backer

'Trumping Democracy': The Overlooked Story of Trump's Biggest Backer

During Facebook’s October congressional testimonies, and the broadening investigations into Russian influence on the 2016 election, one of the key figures behind Trump’s campaign victory has not yet been investigated. An explosive new documentary by Cinema Libre Studio, TRUMPING DEMOCRACY, released…

Harvey Blackwood: UK Inflation Surprises Economists

​British inflation stayed at its uppermost level in more than five years last month and did not meet the predictions of economists and the Bank of England who anticipated that it would reach a new high. According to the Office…

Ashton Whiteley: British Companies to Offer Higher Pay

British companies are feeling the pressure to increase their salary offers as recruitment becomes more difficult. Economists at Ashton Whiteley say there has been a drop in the number of EU workers since the Brexit referendum last year. More robust…

Harvey Blackwood: Disorganized Brexit Won't Deter BoE

Harvey Blackwood: Disorganized Brexit Won't Deter BoE

The probability of a messy Brexit has increased but is not enough to prevent the Bank of England from hiking rates for the first time in 10 years. According to a survey by Shanghai, China- based wealth management firm, Harvey…

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