Lawmakers in El Salvador have voted to make Bitcoin legal tender in a world first for the cryptocurrency. El Salvador’s President Nayib Bukele hailed the vote, saying on Twitter that history had been made. The
US President Joe Biden is proposing a staggering $6 trillion budget for fiscal year 2022 which begins October 1. The spending binge, fiercely opposed by many in the US including the Republicans, will significantly increase
Debenhams has revealed that its remaining stores are to shut next week – signalling the end of its 242 years on the high street.
The department store chain, which collapsed in December, said its final 49 sites would close for good on either 12 or 15 May. It had already shut 52 stores up to 8 May as stock,
Investors should buy real assets – from wine to art – as inflation reaches a ‘secular turning point,’ Bank of America says
“Real assets are positively correlated with inflation and interest rates, unlike financial assets like stocks and bonds, Hartnett said. During ‘the Great Inflation’ of the 1970s, real estate and commodities outperformed large cap stocks and
Hybrid working is a nothing new, just a new spin
UK Stamp duty holiday ‘to be extended until end of June’ as a think tank calls for the tax to be scrapped altogether
The stamp duty holiday could be extended by three months, according to a media report.
Gold has been one of this year’s top-performing asset classes. But where might it head from here? There’s no doubt about it: the pandemic has had a massive impact on the value of gold. Conditions
TOKYO — Turkey has overtaken Russia as the world’s largest purchaser of gold amid concerns that it could be barred from dollar settlements over cooling ties with the U.S. Central banks around the world have
For the last 10 years, as it averaged less than 2 percent annually, inflation has not been a problem. However, due to recent events of stimulus and an ever-rising national debt, investors would be wise