Majority of affluent US investors surveyed by Legg Mason say they are maintaining their equity allocation over the next 12 months.
Investors need to take precautions against a fall in the value of UK assets, which may be triggered by UKIP gains at the polls.
The ECB published its first-ever minutes of a policy meeting, revealing plans to expand its Quantitative Easing (QE) programme.
Balfour Beatty announces that it has reached financial close and completed the acquisition of the £352 million Gwynt y Môr offshore transmission project (OFTO) in the UK.
Although late payments are something almost every business comes across, in the UK there is currently a culture of unpaid payment causing a domino effect of debt across the British Isles.
GDP in the Eurozone grew by 0.3% quarter-on-quarter during Q4 2014, faster than expected.
European stock markets hit seven-year highs in early trading as improved GDP figures boosted sentiment.
A recent report from Navigant Research examines the strategy and execution of 16 leading smart city suppliers.
Schroders Chief Economist, Keith Wade gives his view on the outlook for the US economy ahead of the release of retail sales and consumer confidence data later this week.
Balfour Beatty, the international infrastructure group is pleased to announce that Philip Aiken will join the Board as non-executive Chairman with effect from 26 March 2015.
Mesirow Financial’s Chief Economist says a profound shift has occurred in American consumer confidence.
Barclays and Techstars plan to launch their flagship Accelerator program in New York, following its resounding success in London.
Low oil prices will contribute to upside potential for the U.S. automotive market in the near term, according to a recent report from IHS Automotive, part of IHS, Inc
DT Asia Limited’s Stephen Cannon talks us through De Tiger Holdings’ Initial Public Offering of the NASDAQ-listed acquisition vehicle.
Acoq is a consultancy firm situated in Portugal. They talk us through Portuguese economic recovery and the challenges it brings to their business.
New report finds that, in spite of economic uncertainties in Europe, property remains fertile ground for investors