UK consumer confidence hits lowest level since financial crisis – business live

Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as the GfK consumer confidence index hit a new decade low in MayCoronavirus latest: at a glanceSee all our coronavirus coverage 7.46am BST Good morning and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets and business.Consumer confidence took a dive in May to the lowest level since the global financial crisis. With certain sections of...

Comment: to unscrupulous corporates who took taxpayer loans without needing them: give us our …

In the fog of war, an unscrupulous few will always seek to make a fast buck. So it was that, when the taxpayer-funded CCFF loan scheme for large ...Want to know more on Comment: to unscrupulous corporates who took taxpayer loans without needing them: give us our ... click here go to market news source. Market news summary from Evening Standard Market News.Author:

UK consumer confidence touches decade low as coronavirus damages economy

UK consumer confidence fell to its lowest level since the global financial crisis in May as people worried about a rise in unemployment and falling ...Want to know more on UK consumer confidence touches decade low as coronavirus damages economy click here go to market news source. Market news summary from Evening Standard Market News.Author:

Why the Appen share price fell nearly 5% today

The Appen Ltd (ASX: APX) share price slumped 4.59% today to close at $29.08. Why the Appen share price fell today The drop came Friday after an after-market announcement on Thursday that revealed a number of Appen’s directors have been selling Stock Market. The company chair, Chris Vonwiller, sold 18% of his holding for an average price of $29 per share. He sold them for personal reasons, including philanthropy....

ASX 200 closes higher, banks keep rising

What happened today on the ASX? The S&P/ASX 200 Index (ASX: XJO) closed higher today, with the ASX banks pushing higher. The ASX 200 keeps going higher despite an initial wobble this morning. The Australian dollar keeps rising as well. Here are some ASX highlights from today: ASX banks pull the index higher The ASX may have finished in the red if it weren’t for the continued positive movements...

3 tax tips for investors in 2020

June and winter are upon us and that means tax time is, too. If you currently own ASX Stock Market, you’re likely looking for tax tips for investors. Doing our taxes each year can be time-consuming and expensive, depending on how you choose to have your tax affairs managed. But it’s an important time, nonetheless, and one that can have some serious impacts on your finances. Successful investing...

Euro, risk currencies lifted by ECB stimulus

TOKYO -- The euro jumped to a three-month high on Friday after the European Central Bank expanded its stimulus more than expected to prop up an economy dealing with its worst recession since World War Two. Read More Want to know more on Euro, risk currencies lifted by ECB stimulus click here go to market news source. Market news summary from Financial Post Finance News. Author: Reuters

Germany will need 2 years to recoup growth lost in recession, Bundesbank says

Germany's economy will shrink significantly this year and may need two years to make up the lost ground, its central bank said on Friday, joining a number of forecasters predicting only a slow recovery from a coronavirus-induced recession. Want to know more on Germany will need 2 years to recoup growth lost in recession, Bundesbank says click here go to market news source. Market news summary from Reuters...
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