PM Capital

Following his initial commentary on Monday 29 June, Paul Moore provides further commentary in a video update on the UK Referendum. "The overall situation is very different to previous growth scares as it is a political event as opposed to normal economic cycle issues playing out. So one does have... Show More

Livewire News

Inflation is dead. R.I.P., inflation. You had a good run, but it's over now that prices are rising less than 1 percent in the United States, United Kingdom, Europe, China, and Japan. You can see that in the chart (attached): outside of Europe, inflation was between 1.5 and 2.5 percent... Show More

Livewire News

Britain's inflation rate fell to the lowest in 4 1/2 years in March as gasoline and clothing prices pushed it further below the Bank of England's target. Consumer prices rose an annual 1.6 percent, compared with 1.7 percent in February, the Office for National Statistics said today in London. That's... Show More

Livewire Equities

BlackRock CEO, Larry Fink, told the UK to copy Australian Superannuation: Speaking at the National Association of Pension Funds Investment Conference in Edinburgh yesterday, Larry Fink said a compulsory pension saving programme, similar to the Australian superannuation scheme, would help solve the UK's pension's crisis. Superannuation, introduced in 1992, is... Show More

James Marlay

Britain is to see its first deliveries of US shale-derived gas in 2016 when Scottish chemicals Giant Ineos completes a £300m investment program at its Grangemouth plant. The chemicals giant that had threatened to close Grangemouth has revealed a plan that will transform the economics of the loss-making site, making... Show More

John Robertson

UK output grew more than ten times faster than production in Brazil according to industrial production statistics last week but, these days, that is faint praise. UK industrial output grew by 0.9% in September while Brazilian industrial production eked out a gain of just 0.9% over the whole year to... Show More