Did anything happen to make the world smile in February? Absolutely – unless you were waiting in the queue at Kentucky Fried Chicken where, sadly, the bargain bucket was replaced by the empty bucket.
The first month of 2018 was a good one for the major stock markets which we cover in this Bulletin.
Progress was finally made in Brexit negotiations and Scotland increased income tax, while Germany worried about Chinese spies on LinkedIn.
Since before the EU referendum result was known at the end of June 2016, the ‘divorce bill’ has been a hot topic of debate.
November was a relatively disappointing month for world stock markets, with the majority of the markets we cover losing ground in the month.
While the stock markets were having a good month, Brexit talks were stagnant. Having been to Florence in September, Mrs May went to Brussels
With a number of rockets fired over Japan, we’re still here. Despite the best efforts of the leaders of the United States and North Korea.
A proposal to free up properties in Paris was approved in July and could result in major increases to council tax payments for UK residents
Hitting the headlines earlier this year was the German tax scandal, described as the biggest in the country’s history. But what can we learn?
It is hard to start this commentary anywhere other than North Korea – or maybe crouching in Japan as a North Korean missile passes overhead.