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17 December 2021

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The UK signed a free-trade deal with Australia which eliminates tariffs on British exports and is…

10 December 2021

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In the UK, Black Friday helped retail sales grow at an annual rate of 5% in November...…

03 December 2021

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This week, Omicron thoughts from BB Heathcare: "any notion of a zero-COVID world is delusional, the…

26 November 2021

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On Friday, the FTSE 100 endured its biggest fall in 18 months and the oil price dropped 10% as…

19 November 2021

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Good news from Diageo, warnings from Naked Wines....…

12 November 2021

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Marks & Spencer shares surged as it returned to profitability and guidance rose…

05 November 2021

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'S'quid Games - not the new Netflix series, but Squid Game, a cryptocurrency used in a computer game…

29 October 2021

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A good week for Elon Musk…

22 October 2021

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‘We want to be the Qatar of hydrogen – I think Qatar may already be the Qatar of hydrogen, but we…

15 October 2021

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JP Morgan beat analysts’ profit estimates rewarding their CEO with US$31.5mn pay…

08 October 2021

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Much like in the football world – Howay the Lads! – acquisitions were the order of the week with…

01 October 2021

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Sign of the times - the latest results are really under pressure as some Covid beneficiaries no…

24 September 2021

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In the UK the domestic energy market is in crisis, as seven energy firms have gone bust in the past…

17 September 2021

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With UK labour shortages, pay for entry-level driving jobs is up 60% year-on-year…

10 September 2021

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It's all about tapering and tax...…

03 September 2021

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In Europe, infections and hospitalisations seem to have hit a plateau, with the EU commission…

27 August 2021

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Container costs from China and East Asia to the east coast of the United States have climbed to over…

20 August 2021

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It seems like people are taking fishing rods on their staycation as Angling Direct reported 1H…

06 August 2021

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In the UK, the Bank of England declared that “some modest tightening of monetary policy is likely to…

30 July 2021

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An enormous number of company results this week including some mainstays of Vermeer portfolios…

23 July 2021

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Prediction for post-COVID global recovery is faster but does not end up being more complete due to…

16 July 2021

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In the UK, inflation (CPI) came in at 2.5% in June from a year earlier, much higher than expected…

09 July 2021

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In football news, the finest minds at Goldman concluded that Belgium would win, narrowly beating…

02 July 2021

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The UK Government finally set out plans for its post-Brexit system of state subsidies and…

25 June 2021

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In the UK, the Bank of England continued to seek to calm fears about inflation, which is expected to…

18 June 2021

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UK inflation jumped again, overshooting forecasts and the Bank of England target, as the price of…

11 June 2021

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In the UK, early signs that the June 21st relaxation of Covid restrictions is going to be put back a…

04 June 2021

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In the UK, a new business survey showed nine in 10 hospitality bosses expect to face staff shortages…

28 May 2021

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We worry whether there will be any UK small and mid-cap stocks left by the end of the year after a…

21 May 2021

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We were shaken and stirred as Amazon waded into further film content with talks to acquire James…

14 May 2021

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Seaspiracy is one of the most popular programmes on Netflix at the moment and a benefactor of this…

07 May 2021

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At the Berkshire Hathaway AGM, Warren Buffett sounded the alarm on inflation and admitted his…

30 April 2021

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Big tech continues on a roll. In every minute of the first three months of 2021, the “Famous Five”…

23 April 2021

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Vermeer Partners sponsors the Entrepreneurs Collective with success for Sam Jones, of Gener8 Ads,…

16 April 2021

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LVMH reported a 32% jump in year-on-year sales defying any pandemic-related gloom for the sector…

09 April 2021

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Jamie Dimon predicts “the US economy will likely boom that could easily run into 2023.”…

02 April 2021

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To Twitter this week where business commentator @TrungTPhan attempts to compile the unofficial list…

26 March 2021

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The polarisation of Covid “winners” is pretty evident in the property sector with meds (hospitals)…

19 March 2021

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The Motion Picture Association (MPA) said this week that video streaming subscriptions had passed…

12 March 2021

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Exports to the EU fell 40.7% in January after the Brexit transition period ended while imports…

05 March 2021

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If Carlsberg made hard working business people they would probably come in the shape of Vin Murria…

26 February 2021

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Positive signs from the travel sector as Boris Johnson announced his roadmap towards easing lockdown…

19 February 2021

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Amsterdam took over London as Europe’s largest share-trading centre, more concerning news, perhaps,…

12 February 2021

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A lot of talk about crypto-currencies this week…

05 February 2021

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The crash of the dutch tulip market (in 1637), and in more recent news…

29 January 2021

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Extraordinary events as US hedge funds face an assault from an army of retail investors, many of…

22 January 2021

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China GDP numbers for the fourth quarter came in at 6.5% making it one of the few countries to have…

15 January 2021

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The UK economy was 8.9% smaller in November than in the same month of 2019, but forecasters had been…

08 January 2021

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Democrats won both Senate elections in Georgia, giving them effective control of both houses of US…

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