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The rising volatility in the market has created many share-buying opportunities for UK investors. Zaven Boyrazian explores two of these. The post 2 UK shares I’d buy before the stock market rallies appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
The media watchdog said it ‘remains very concerned’ about the technical incident which led to the issues.
Industry says no-interest BNPL loans are more equitable than credit cards but consumers say they can be a spending trap
Number of women who do not have a child when they turn 30 up 32 percentage points in 50 years
MILAN/SHANGHAI (Reuters) -Guangzhou Automobile Group (GAC) on Thursday rebuked Stellantis for announcing plans to increase a stake in their joint venture without the Chinese automaker's approval. In a statement earlier on Thursday Stellantis said it was planning to increase to 75% its stake in the joint venture with GAC, which produces Jeep-branded vehicles.
Brussels is launching a case against China at the World Trade Organisation over its treatment of Lithuanian goods, amid reports that Germany fears the action will undermine its own trade links with the world’s second-largest economy.
Alan Jope has won a rare public vote of confidence in his battle to give Unilever a social purpose after a major investor urged the company to "improve the healthiness" of its food brands.
The electrical goods online retailer said sales fell 24% in the country in the final three months of the year.
The stock market has been very volatile in 2022. Edward Sheldon is taking advantage of this turbulence and buying shares now. The post Stock market crash: why I’m buying shares NOW appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
Elon Musk's questionable claims to have created a "self-driving" car pose a fresh challenge for Tesla after ministers were advised to make using the term a criminal offence if human input is still involved.
Jon Smith runs over why the NASDAQ has had such a poor start to the year and which are the best stocks that he's thinking of buying. The post The NASDAQ is having its worst January EVER. Here are the best stocks I’m eyeing up appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
City Comment: US Judge gives justice to the traders, finally
The de facto head of India's main opposition party has complained to Twitter about "strange" activity on his account, accusing the US giant of being the "unwitting" ally of the government in curbing free speech.
London has retained its crown as the world’s top destination for financial and professional services in terms of its overall offering in another boost for the City.
Japanese investment giant SoftBank Group said Friday its chief operating officer Marcelo Claure is leaving the company, following reports that his demands for as much as $1 billion in compensation had fuelled an internal clash.
The Prime Minister toured Hanson UK’s plant in Penmaenmawr, where the firm has reopened a railway line to transport its construction aggregates.
Though this was his third Fendi couture show, for Kim Jones it was also a first. The designer’s debut for the Roman house, a year ago to the day, was a digital catwalk presentation (which admittedly opened with Demi Moore and closed with Naomi Campbell) while his second took the form of an evocative film shot by Luca Guadagnino, the Call Me By Your Name director.
Flat prices have increased at a much slower rate than house prices annually, which is helping to drive buyer interest.
The FTSE 250 airlines have faced uncertain times in the past. But could the future be better? And if yes, which one would Manika Premsingh buy now? The post easyJet and Wizz Air: what’s next for these FTSE 250 airline stocks? appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
This Fool outlines the passive income strategy he is planning to use to generate a steady income from stocks and shares for life. The post How I’d try to generate passive income for life appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.