• Eurogroup Meetings Fail To Deliver Result

    Divisions Stall Progress On the back of the emergency Eurogroup meetings yesterday, which ran long into the small hours of the night, European ministers announced today that they were unable to agree a deal. The talks had been aimed at establishing a course of action to provide economic support for those Eurozone economies worst affected […]

  • COVID-19: Lock-downs Extended, UK PM In Intensive Care

    COVID-19 Dampening Spring Spirit With Europe and America moving through Spring and many countries seeing an agreeable spike in temperature, this is usually a bright and optimistic time of year. However, given the current situation, the war, weather and blue skies are just a picture in a window frame for many as the global lock-downs […]

  • COVID-19: Spanish Death Toll Surpasses China

    COVID-19 Death Toll Passes 20,000 Globally The pace of new coronavirus infections continues to rise globally and with it, so too does the death toll from the virus. In the US this week, the death till soared past 1000 while Spain moved up to second place in terms of the highest number of deaths from […]

  • Easy Jet Stocks Plummet 65%

    Among the sectors hardest hit by the collapse in global equities prices over the last six weeks, airlines have suffered a devastating blow. The travel restrictions put in place by a number of countries now has decimated passenger numbers for all major and smaller airline providers alike. The industry had already been under pressure from […]

  • Will ECB support Italy?

    On Tuesday, the gains of the 10-year Italian government bonds fell by 5 basis points to 1.96 percent. The expectations that the Italy won’t need an early election, together with the hope for the ECB support, helped to kerb the bonds selloff.

  • Italian referendum changing the EUR!

    The Italian constitutional referendum took place on Sunday. As the focus was on the constitutional changes then it seems that the Italian political structure will be radically altered.