The European Real Estate Industry in a Post-COVID-19 World

The question is: How hard exactly will this recession be felt in the real estate market? We are seeing that the investor response in all market segments is increasingly different and that the current crisis has exacerbated the following existing trends. Strong office market, weakness in retail, and resilience in the industrial and logistics sector […]

Post-COVID Communications for the Financial Services Sector

As the UK continues to ease lockdown restrictions, many industries are wondering what to expect in the post-COVID landscape. In China, early signs reference a u-shaped recovery, which predicts a lingering effect in the coming months before trade returns to normal. During this period, some individuals may remain in, or enter, temporary financial difficulty. This […]

SME Revenue Plummets 28% Amid COVID-19 Downturn

Xero’s analysis revealed a 26% decrease in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) during the month of April, and a 28% increase during May, compared with figures from the previous year. It also found that invoices are taking longer to be paid, with the average waiting time for SMEs rising from 30.7 days to 38.5 days […]

The 5 Biotech Stocks to Invest in Right Now

 Adding biotech stocks to portfolios has not been top of the list for most financial advisers over the last five years as expensive drugs were being used as political footballs and scaring away investors. Yet, that was not always the case. In the six years since the financial crisis of 2009 to mid-2015, the iShares […]

US Treasury Agrees to Lend Billions to Airlines

The US Treasury confirmed on Thursday that it had agreed on terms for federal loans with five major US air carriers, intended to lessen the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on their finances. The organisations who have signed letters of intent are American Airlines, SkyWest Airlines, Spirit Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines and the privately-owned Frontier Airlines. […]

Why Democratising Financial Services Is Key During COVID-19

Leonardo Brummas Carvalho, CEO of Wealth Management at ITI Capital, explains why the social responsibility of finance is coming to the fore. The COVID-19 crisis has not just posed a huge threat to human life on a global scale, it has caused mass devastation for thousands of businesses and all but crippled the economy. As […]

V-Shaped Recovery Coming, Says BoE Chief Economist

The UK is on course for a V-shaped recovery from the damage wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the chief economist of the Bank of England (BoE), Andy Haldane, has estimated. In an online speech on Tuesday, Haldane acknowledged the continued risk of high and persistent unemployment across the country, but “[his] reading of […]

Are You Ready to Start With Paid Media? Here’s What You Need to Know.

July 1, 2020 7 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. This article was written by Alex Sixt, an Entrepreneur NEXT powered by Assemble expert. If you are looking to take the NEXT step in your business then we encourage you to check out Entrepreneur NEXT powered by Assemble.Do you want to grow your business […]

3 Reasons Why Bitcoin’s Value is Set to Soar This Year

Already one of 2020’s best-performing assets, the price of the world’s largest cryptocurrency by market capitalisation could rise to $20,000 before the end of the year, according to analysts. To date, the price of Bitcoin is already 30% up from the start of the year, following wider positive investor sentiment, with the cryptocurrency’s price volatility […]

Shell Set to Lose $22 Billion Amid Oil Price Crash

In a report on its second quarter earnings, Shell announced that it would cut between $15 billion and $22 billion from the value of its assets due to the collapsing price of oil and unlikeliness of a swift recovery. Shell also predicted that the price of Brent crude oil would average at $35 per barrel […]

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