In light of market volatility, it is important to remember that global GDP growth looks healthy; China’s growth rate still remains significantly higher than the global average and calmer days should follow a Fed rate rise.
hile most OECD governments are likely to indicate support for the recommendations, what is less clear is how long they will take to implement the measures and whether tax authorities outside the OECD will play ball.
If you consider the VAT on ticket sales and receipts from hospitality and travel, HMRC does very well out of sporting events such as the Rugby World Cup. But if the Chancellor really wants to help deliver similar events in the future and even increase muc
The most important event of the week was, in fact, a non-event – the US Federal Reserve chose not to raise interest rates. The downbeat comments which accompanied the news prompted some rotation out of equities and into bonds.
Despite everything I’ve learned from dodging left hooks, practicing undercuts and sparring with my peers, I believe this quote from Mike Tyson relates to all aspects of life: “Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth.” It