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Europe’s third largest economy is expected to hold a referendum which is likely to change the direction of Europe’s financial market. Experts warn that this is a very sensitive period in the history of the Eurozone’s financial market. Over the past few days, most markets have shown strong signs of volatility especially in Europe where the Italian banks are believed...

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The UK banks have contributed to 5.5 per cent of the tax receipts of the government as per a recent study. The British Bankers’ Association [BBA] stated that the banks paid taxes amounting to £34.2bn which amounts to 9.3 per cent increase in the conforming period for 2014. If a detailed breakdown is considered, £17.8bn covered employment taxes and £3.4bn included...

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The International Monetary Fund [IMF] recently approved a loan of $12bn to Egypt to help the country fight the economic crisis. $2.75bn of the total loan amount would be disbursed immediately as a part of three-year extended arrangement. The remaining amount would be disbursed over a period of three years. However, the performance reviews would be considered prior to release...

With OPEC planning to meet during the month end, the cartel’s heavyweights have witnessed a role reversal. Iran and the arch-rival Saudi Arabia fall under the list of producer countries discussing the terms of the deal pertaining to supply. The nations have agreed to engage in discussions for reversing the pump-at-max strategy that was active for the previous two years....

Egypt currency is devalued massively and this devaluation will cause severe pain before providing the benefits. As per economists and businessmen, due to the devaluation, there will be several months without any kind of positive news about rising inflation or the falling standards of living. Why the devaluation? The Egyptian pound is devalued to the levels which the markets...

Plans If statement of John McDonnell are to be believed, Theresa May and her cabinet is busy plotting a Banker’s Brexit that will ignore the concerns of medium and small sized businesses. Warning would be issued by the shadow chancellor while addressing the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE). Theresa may ignore manufacturers and small businesses while cutting...