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French score own goal as strikes threaten Euro 2016

  France is currently in the grip of the worst industrial action in recent times, with strikers and police clashing…

9 out of 10 economists reject Brexit in new poll

Nine out of ten of the top economists in Britain believe that the economy will only be harmed should Britain…

NUS contributions increase by £5000 in one year

Elliott Banks looks at the economics behind the NUS

Apple revenues go down

What does Apple’s first drop in profits since 2003 mean for the technology giant?

UK growth slows according to ONS

Construction sector output goes down, whilst the service sector’s goes up, explains Elliott Banks

Two high street retailers call in the administrators

The British high street experienced a shock last week with not one but two retailers announcing that they have entered…

The budget in brief

Nouse’s Business Editor gives you a quick round up of the new budget

Argentina returns to bond market after 15 years

The Argentine government has negotiated a deal to repay billions of dollars in bond payments owed to several U.S hedge…

Liability definition changes with Supreme Court ruling

Laura Henrique explains what has changed and why

Pound on the slide over Brexit Fears

The British sterling has hit a seven-year low against the U.S. dollar which currently stands at $1.4057 as Boris Johnson…

Saudi oil crisis worsens as OPEC grumbles and Iran enters the fray

All is not well in the House of Saud. With war still raging in Yemen, traditional rival Iran back in…

Deutsche Bank’s long fall from grace

The German banking giant Deutsche Bank has faced a turbulent time since the start of the year. The bank, which…