European equity markets opened lower this morning in response to the shock uncertainty over the outcome of the US Presidential Election, with the as-yet unclear result set to create near-term volatility and myriad of different implications for the continent’s outlook.
Investors in Europe and betting firms had been pricing in a decisive victory for Democratic challenger Joe Biden, but a much closer contest than anticipated and incumbent President Donald Trump's suggestion...
Fastest pace of growth since July 2019
Chasing returns 'not sensible appraoch'
Driven by rising household utility, clothing, and motor fuel prices
UK GDP rises by 2.1% in March amid partial reopening
Higher fuel, transport and clothing prices nudge rate higher
Sustainable Festival: UN's Mulder says asset owners must take nature-based investment more seriously
Investment gap must be closed
Adding to 67 firms
£5m in tax receipts
41% of advisers report rise in client ESG queries