In the past few years, Twitter has evolved from a casual social media platform to a legitimate arena for political and economic discussion. As the decade comes to a close, it feels appropriate to look back on the top ten tweets in the trade sector that we’ve seen in 2019.
The opening salvos in the trade war between the US and China have already been fired. The US unveiled plans for a 25 per cent tariff on steel and 10… read more →
Europe is a large and attractive market for commodities, heavily dominated by Russian exporters, or at least it was, until Donald Trump stepped into power. His promise to supply Eastern… read more →
Currency markets and currency conversions are often complicated, but by understanding the basics, looking at bank forecasts and looking at how exchange rates can affect a businesses bottom line is… read more →
As most preceding presidents know, choosing a cabinet is one of the trickiest jobs facing any new president. Mr. Trump told reporters early on that he wanted his nominees to… read more →
Where is the economy? Last year GDP in the UK was 2.5% and many question whether it will remain at the same level this year amid high levels of uncertainty.… read more →
We will take a look at the China and US trade relationship along with the vehicles market in the US below, and attempt to understand whether Donald Trump will ‘rip… read more →