The Bank of England (BoE) have decided to take drastic actions to stop the UK entering a recession by cutting interest rates from 0.5% to 0.25% and pushing billions of newly created money into the economy. This is the lowest level interest rate cut in the institution’s history of 322 years.Read More
Theresa May has been appointed as the new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, only the second woman PM in the history of the UK.
As she begins post Brexit there will be no time for May to relax as there are pressing issues to be dealt with as soon as possible.
She will need to appoint a team to lead the process of exiting the EU.Read More
At the first meeting of the EU Summit earlier this week, the UK Prime Minister David Cameron used his last meeting there to voice his disappointment that he failed to win his side of the referendum. However the EU leaders said there would be no turning back for the UK.Read More
Currently the Euro has strengthened which is affecting Irish Exporter margins, find out what you can do. Today’s modern economy places the exporter/importer at the forefront of an economy. Within Ireland, 51% of all economic activity in 2014 was purely exporter related.Read More
With the Australian Dollar falling to a seven-year-low last week, what long term policies should the Australian Government put in place to deal with its weakening currency? Well, one man, Thomas Probst, has the answer. Change the name of the currency!Read More