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Brexit and Interest rates: what do they mean for crowdfunders and P2P INVESTORS?

Brexit and Interest rates: what do they mean for crowdfunders and P2P INVESTORS?

Posted 2 years ago


London, 16 February 2018: well it has been a busy week hasn’t it. Brexit dominated the headlines, as the Conservative Government did its best to look organised, rouse and inspire. Economically..

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Banks Begin to Cut Interest Rates

Posted 4 years ago


The MPC (Monetary Policy Committee) recently voted to cut interest rates down to a low of 0.25%, the lowest we have seen in 7 years. This is part of the measures that Mark Carney is planning to put ..

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Bank of England to Lower Capital Buffers & Interest Rates Following Brexit

Posted 4 years ago


  Mike Carney, the Bank of England’s Governor has stated that interest rates will be cut this summer to battle a Brexit slowdown.  Ten year government bond yields have dropped as we..

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What Effect Could “Brexit” Have on Investors & UK Growing Businesses?

Posted 4 years ago


“Brexit” is one of the biggest decisions that we are facing to date. The UK public have been given a huge choice in whether or not we stay in the EU, or decide to leave.  Many peopl..

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