Jul 03

Where Next For Banks?

Ten years on from the initial stages of the credit crisis, the share prices of well recognisable banks and other financial intermediaries have continued to cause problems for investors. With many institutions suffering from drastically reduced valuations, only the fittest survived the largest recession of a generation. Tighter regulation set... read more →
Jul 03

Commodity Prices Boost Mining Shares

A strong increase in profits has been reported by two of the world’s largest miners - BHP Billiton and Anglo American - boosted in part due to the rise in commodity prices. BHP reported half-year profits of $3.24bn, up from $412m a year earlier. Speaking the BBC, Chief Executive Andrew... read more →
Jun 29

Is Oil Now A Buy?

Since 2014, oil has been the main focus in the commodities markets worldwide. With Brent Crude oil falling from a high of around $115 a barrel, to a low of $28 a barrel, anybody is going to take a peek at what was going on in the interim. Last year’s... read more →
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