Archive for October 9th, 2019

The Evolution of Banking Over Time

Discover how the evolution of banking has changed the business model. Find out how this system of money management developed into what we know today.

Nissan to end night shift at Sunderland plant

No jobs lost but big change to working patterns adds to Brexit uncertainty

Migration controls threaten job shock to Bristol

West Country creative and tech hub would struggle to fill high-skilled roles, study finds

Brokerage Account Value, Cash Value, and Purchase Power

Online trading accounts use certain terminology. Learn how brokerage account value, cash value, and purchasing power are calculated and the meaning of trading on margin.

EU making ‘catastrophic’ Brexit error – Hunt attacks arrogant Brussels’ negotiating stance



JEREMY HUNT has intervened in Brexit for the first time since leaving the Government in July and has urged the EU to avoid a “historic miscalculation” by refusing to negotiate on Boris Johnson’s latest proposals.

Brexit breakthrough: Boris ‘cautiously optimistic’ of deal ahead of crunch Varadkar talks



BORIS Johnson insisted he was still “cautiously optimistic” about securing a Brexit deal as last-ditch efforts to try to salvage the Brussels negotiations continued.

Farage ERUPTS: ‘Stuck up snob’ Lib Dem MEP savaged for ‘patronising’ 17.4m Leave voters



NIGEL FARAGE launched a scathing attack on a Liberal Democrat MEP in European Parliament on Tuesday when she accused British people of not knowing what they were voting for in the Brexit referendum in 2016.
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