London’s property market may still seem strong. But in reality, things aren’t so rosy. Matthew Partridge looks at how much longer London’s house-price bubble can run.
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Alex Salmond came out on top in the second TV debate, say the polls. But will it make a difference? Matthew Partridge reports.
On this day in 1842, the signing of the Treaty of Nanking ended the first Opium war with China.
On this day in 1932, John Logie Baird, the inventor of television, began to conduct experimental broadcasts on the BBC, using his new technology.
The end of the era marked by ultra-low interest rates draws ever nearer. And as Matthew Partridge explains, that’s something the housing market is dreading.
Bored with his well-paid bank job, James Sleater quit to start his own tailoring business, supplying a gap in the market.
Both France and Germany are heading for recession. That means it’s time to buy European stocks, says Matthew Partridge. Here, he explains why, and looks at what to buy.
On this day in 1971, US President Richard Nixon said America would no longer officially swap dollars for gold, ending ‘convertibility’ and paving the way for high inflation.
Pick the right firms and you could profit handsomely from a burgeoning market in commercial satellites and private space travel, says Matthew Partridge.
Getting hitched affects everything from your tax bill to the estate you leave your heirs. Matthew Partridge explains.