Tuesday, January 28, 2020
Deutsche Bank: Tory majority brings clarity & certainty for businesses.— Mason Mills (@MrMasonMills) January 27, 2020
Standard Chartered: The view of the UK has improved considerably over the past couple of months.
UBS Investment: Investment is returning to the UK, people are coming off the sidelines.
RIP Project Fear
Friday, January 24, 2020
Keenly watched early indicator of UK economy suggests private activity turned around in January, after election/ political uncertainty ends: https://t.co/W0oDVwlScp— Faisal Islam (@faisalislam) January 24, 2020
Thursday, January 23, 2020
We now have a global agreement— Faisal Islam (@faisalislam) January 23, 2020
- France accepts postponing payments of digital tax from April 15 to end of 2020
- US suspends sanctions 301
- agreed text for OECD negotiations, after withdrawing the words “optional taxation”
Tuesday, January 21, 2020
Trump lands in #Davos . The Swiss town will see 1500 private jets descending on it in the next few days, adding 90 lakh kg of CO2 for a conference themed on climate change and sustainability. #irony pic.twitter.com/O0rifkG2ii— Palki Sharma (@palkisu) January 21, 2020
Contrary to earlier rumours, Trump has gone to Davos.
Monday, January 20, 2020
With the price of HS2 rising to £106 billion, let’s recall how HS2 Ltd responded to the IEA’s 2013 estimate that it would rise from £42bn to £80bn (it had already risen from £30bn). https://t.co/6Wh8NpAC2u— Christopher Snowdon (@cjsnowdon) January 20, 2020
Friday, January 17, 2020
FRENCH FM LE MAIRE SAYS IF THERE ARE U.S SANCTIONS AGAINST FRANCE OVER FRENCH DIGITAL TAX THE EU WILL RETALIATE— First Squawk (@FirstSquawk) January 17, 2020
Follow the story live: https://t.co/m2JBwOmVug
Wednesday, January 15, 2020
Flybe has been saved from the brink of collapse by the government, with a deal that includes deferred tax payments of approximately £100M.
Aside from the fact that BA is not at all happy with the preferential treatment, I wonder if the same largesse shown to Flybe wrt tax will be shown by HMRC to SME's that are having trouble making ends meet?
No, thought not!
Monday, January 13, 2020
UK economy: November growth -0.3%. 3 month rolling=0.1%.— Dilip Shah (@DilipShah_) January 13, 2020
November growth negative surprise, but fully offset by upward revision of 0.3% to Sept & Oct leaving UK on track for 2019Q4=0.0% growth.
As #Brexit uncertainty reduces UK growth will pick up in 2020 buy #GBPUSD below 1.3. https://t.co/Sw92GfG1Wb pic.twitter.com/tQhbL0hcen
Friday, January 10, 2020
The savers are weighing up possible claims against Woodford, his investment company, the supervisor of his funds and the platforms and advisers that recommended and marketed the discredited stock picker’s operation.
About 300,000 investors had their savings locked up when Woodford’s flagship Equity Income fund was suspended in June.
Thursday, January 09, 2020
News presenters climb into boxes for re-enactments. A video game is in the works. Japan is fixated with Carlos Ghosn. https://t.co/y7DuHPDPaJ— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) January 9, 2020
World Bank with debt accumulation warning vol 35678890https://t.co/OtFi4tAaLa pic.twitter.com/hL6XrDNEC7— Jonathan Ferro (@FerroTV) January 9, 2020
Tuesday, January 07, 2020
there are rewards for failure and there are epic rewards for epic failure— Jim Pickard (@PickardJE) January 7, 2020
Neil Woodford and his business partner have taken £112m since 2014 from their company (including £13.8m last year) while 300,000 investors remain trapped in his Equity Income fund https://t.co/xyLG052c9s