Archive for February 9th, 2019

Top 5 Black-Owned Banks in America

Compared with the nation’s largest bank, JPMorgan Chase, the top 5 black-owned banks in America are tiny, but they can still serve their customers well.

How the Pros Decide When to Buy, Sell, Or Hold Stock

A broker often has to make a snap decision but it should have sound reasons behind it. Here are some good reasons to buy, sell, or hold.

Sack Grayling over the Brexit ferry fiasco, demand MPs

Cross-party calls for transport secretary’s dismissal follow collapse of £13.8m contract to Seaborne Freight

Theresa May faced cross-party calls to sack her transport secretary, Chris Grayling, last night, after the calamitous collapse of a no-deal Brexit ferry contract handed to a company with no ships.

Senior Tories said the prime minister had turned “a blind eye” to Grayling’s decision to award the £13.8m contract to Seaborne Freight to run ferries between Ramsgate and Ostend, despite widespread derision and accusations that it had been awarded illegally.

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Enron Scandal: The Fall of a Wall Street Darling

After Enron's management hid financial losses, one of America's largest corporations collapsed, leaving behind employees and investors devastated in its wake.

Tory donors could stop giving after no-deal Brexit

Once-loyal party backers say leaving the EU without agreement would be ‘a self-inflicted wound’

Major Tory donors are warning that a no-deal Brexit risks precipitating a recession, with some reconsidering their support should the party allow Britain to crash out with no agreement.

With Theresa May desperately battling for concessions from Brussels and less than 50 days until Britain’s EU departure, senior government sources admitted last night that attempts to delay Brexit would become “irresistible” should no deal be agreed by the end of this month.

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Labour must stop the Tory Brexit dream

The party must put its socialist vision for our relationship with the EU to the people

On 6 February the TSSA transport union sent a report it had produced to Momentum which showed what a lot of us, Labour party members and supporters, already sensed was true. Yes, the party is in a tricky position, bound to lose some votes whatever path it chooses, but nevertheless, the path that most closely aligns us with our principles right now would be that which leads to No Brexit.

After the abysmal general election of 2015, and Jeremy Corbyn’s bid for Labour leader, I saw a wave of exasperation turn into a wave of hope quicker than I’ve ever seen before. I campaigned enthusiastically in both leadership challenges on the promise of much more than Corbyn’s solid left-wing credentials.

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Breaking Down Financial Securities Licenses

Find out which exam you need to begin your career as an investment professional.
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