Theresa May has surprised the country and the world by announcing a snap election for the UK on June the 8th. This came as a huge shock to the majority of people, especially since the Prime Minister has repeatedly said that she would not be calling an early general election. Although a politician not keeping … More Snap Election – What’s on the Cards?
No, we are not about to be attacked by a few million aliens, formal proceedings are about to begin for Britain’s exit from the EU. Prime Minister Theresa May will be triggering article 50 tomorrow, which will begin the formal negotiations setting out how Britain will leave the EU and what future relationship we will … More Independence day is looming!
There are thousands of businesses that now sell on Amazon and eBay internationally. With the UK growing to be the second biggest Amazon market in the world after the US, there are plenty of opportunities for businesses to expand to other international marketplaces. There is however a hidden ‘fee’ that a lot of sellers are … More How to save money when selling internationally on Amazon and eBay
It has been an explosive couple of days for UK PLC; over the weekend comments by the Chancellor Phillip Hammond and Prime Minister Teresa May have caused markets around the world to look unfavorably on the pound. After confirming that the UK might look to leave the single market if we don’t get favorable terms … More Brexit Jitters, Currency Woes and a Certain Historic Inaugauration
Chancellor Phillip Hammond has finished his first official autumn budget and despite it feeling more like winter, there are a few good announcements for the majority of us. Describing the budget as one to get the UK “match-fit” for Brexit, Mr Hammond made some major announcements on housing, benefits and tax which should give a … More Chancellors Autumn Statement
Since we have started naming storms, is it me or have they been getting progressively worse? Waking up this morning all over the UK it was either a thick blanket of snow that greeted you or such gloomy skies you might have thought it was still night outside. Combine this with the current weakness of … More Trading internationally needn’t be like Storm Angus, let a currency broker guide you to sunnier times!
The dust has settled and we have been through what can only be described as a volatile week for economies and political establishments. Since the US voted for their new republican president we have seen protests round the world, huge movements in currencies and lots of political leaders eating humble pie. What will happen in … More 7 days of Trump