U.K. Housing Market Stays Subdued as Brexit, Rates Deter Buyers
August 26, 2018

The U.K. housing market remained listless in July as Brexit uncertainty intensified and Britons braced for an interest-rate increase from the Bank of England, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.

Prices and sales stagnated and property values Continue reading

Banks Arent as Safe as They Think
August 24, 2018

In the decade since the collapse of Lehman Brothers, regulators around the world have taken steps which, they argue, have greatly strengthened the resilience of the financial system. Buoyant asset prices and rising bank shares suggest that investors largely believe Continue reading

$1 Trillion Fund Committed to U.K. No Matter What Brexit Outcome
March 28, 2018

The world’s biggest sovereign wealth fund will continue to invest in the U.K. no matter what the outcome of Brexit talks.

“We remain a long-term and committed investor in the U.K. in all asset classes,” Norges Bank Investment Management’s Chief Continue reading

Goldman Warns That Market Valuations Are at Their Highest Since 1900
December 2, 2017

A prolonged bull market across stocks, bonds and credit has left a measure of average valuation at the highest since 1900, a condition that at some point is going to translate into pain for investors, according to Goldman Sachs Group Continue reading