The growth of Chinese exports to Russia has sparked a revival in commerce, which has reduced the historic strength of the ruble.
August 5, 2022August 5, 2022News
UK annual energy spending cap rises to £4,000
The annual cap on family payments for energy goods has reportedly surpassed 4,000 pounds for the first time, according to Investec Bank Plc.
August 4, 2022August 4, 2022News
Forbes is thinking about selling its company and is enlisting Citigroup to handle the transaction
A few months ago, the business declined to IPO and instead chose to go public through a SPAC (special purpose acquisition company), which is a technically developed firm formed to combine with another.
August 3, 2022August 3, 2022News
Mortgage payments are becoming less frequent in the UK as a result of rising interest rates.
Consumer borrowing has significantly decreased, and mortgage approvals in the UK declined more than anticipated in June. These trends suggest that the crisis is constraining the economy even further.
August 1, 2022August 1, 2022News
The US is thinking of restricting the supply of US memory chip equipment to Chinese manufacturers.
The plan is a part of an effort to safeguard American businesses and halt the growth of China's semiconductor industry.