• UK PM To Submit Fresh Brexit Deal To EU

    New Brexit Proposals On The Table As the October 31st Brexit deadline draws closer, there is still a great deal of uncertainty about how the UK will leave the EU or if it will at all. Under new legislation passed recently by MPs (Benn Bill) parliament now has until October 19th to approve a Brexit […]

  • Brexit Update: UK Parliament Returns Following Supreme Court Verdict

    Government Loses Against Supreme Court UK Supreme Court judges this week returned their verdict over last week’s hearing regarding the legality of UK PM Johnson having prorogued parliament for five weeks. The outcome has taken the market, as well as political commentators, by surprise with all 11 judges ruling that Johnson acted illegally. Further to […]

  • UK Supreme Court Verdict Due Early Next Week

    Three Day Hearing Concludes The UK Supreme Court concluded its three-day hearing yesterday over the legality of UK PM Boris Johnson proroguing parliament earlier this month. Following a Scottish court ruling that Johnson acted illegally, the case was submitted to the Supreme Court, the highest court in the UK. Following the days of hearings, the […]

  • UK PM Faces Severe Backlash Following Yellowhammer Release And Scottish Court Ruling!

    Yellowhammer Published Following the publication of the explosive “Yellowhammer Document” earlier this week, the UK Labour party is now pushing for parliament to be recalled. Shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer told reporters that the document outlines “severe risks” should a no-deal Brexit take place and said it is now “more important than ever” that […]

  • Can MPs Block A No Deal Brexit?

    As the October 31st Brexit deadline draws closer, Johnson’s threat to take the UK out of the EU without or with a deal is growing ever scarier. However, it seems that if Johnson wishes to proceed with a no deal Brexit, he could well have a fight on his hands. But, can MPs block a […]

  • Investment Bank Outlook 19-08-19

    In our fourth installment of the Investment Bank Outlook 08-19-19, we’re going to bring you a selection of perspectives from leading investment banks to outline the key issues and directional views for the week ahead. These excerpts, taken from research notes, will cover issues such as key market themes, economic releases, as well as any […]

  • Britain’s Trump: Similarities Between Boris and Donald

    Hopefully you’ve all caught the face swap memes of Boris Johnson and Donald Trump and have found it equal parts hilarious and shocking how similar their hair is. However, the similarities between the two leaders run a little bit deeper than a case of bad hair. This might be funny if they weren’t the leaders […]

  • EURGBP Hits Highest Levels in 10 Years on Brexit Fears

    GBP Down Despite Data Beats It’s been an interesting week for the GBP as we’ve had a raft of data out, the majority of which surprised to the upside! However, price action has remained stubbornly muted. So, on Tuesday we had labour market data out of the UK, which saw average weekly earnings ticking up […]

  • The IndeX Files 13-08-19

    Trade Wars & Brexit It’s been a very volatile period for the equities markets recently. Last week we saw heavy losses across the board as the market responded to news of rising tensions between the US and China. Following the US’s announcement of a fresh set of trade tariff to be applied to China, China […]

  • Brexit: Will EU Back Down Over Irish Backstop Issue?

    Trick or Treat? With the October 31st Brexit deadline looming larger on the horizon each day, the likelihood of a no deal Brexit is starting to ratchet up. New UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has vowed to “do or die” taking the UK out of the EU on the deadline date under “any circumstances”. While […]

  • Could It Be? UK Snap Election Chances On The Rise?!

    The appointment of Boris Johnson as leader of the UK conservative party and, consequently, the country, has put a fresh focus on the issue of Brexit. A great deal of support for Johnson’s campaign was premised on his staunch pro-Brexit stance. Indeed, the new PM has vowed to take the UK out of the EU […]

  • The IndeX Files

    DAX DAX bulls have had a time recently as price continues to see-saw near recent highs. The main driver of price action has been the steady decline of both German and eurozone economic indicators over recent months. The German economy, which traditionally has been the export engine of the eurozone, has slowed dramatically this year. […]