Bitcoin is like ‘trading freshly harvested baby brains’ says investor Charlie Munger

BITCOIN’S return to the symbolic ,000 mark was interrupted this weekend by sharp criticism from some of the world’s most famous investors. Charlie Munger, the billionaire business partner of superstar investor Warren Buffett likened the morality of trading bitcoin to “trading freshly harvested baby brains”. Daily Express :: Finance Feed  More...

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By On Tuesday, May 8th, 2018

EU financial crisis: German budget could ‘BREAK APART’ Eurozone

THE Eurozone could be torn apart after Germany’s finance minister sent a clear message to fellow chiefs that the EU’s economic powerhouse remains committed to a blueprint of austerity. Daily Express :: More...

By On Friday, April 6th, 2018

NEW TAX YEAR: How 2018 tax changes will put MORE money in your pocket from TODAY

NEW income tax bands that kick in today under the Tories will give us an extra £1,075 in our pockets. Daily Express :: Finance Feed  More...

By On Thursday, January 18th, 2018

‘We SHOULD be worried!’ Financial giant’s warning to world on brink of global market CRASH

THE lack of fear in markets means investors should be worried about another stock market crash, a global economic advisor at one of the world’s largest money managers has warned. Daily Express :: Finance Feed  More...

By On Friday, December 1st, 2017

CARE SHAME: Elderly savers forced to pay £12k MORE than councils for care

ELDERLY care home residents who can afford to pay their way are now being stung with up-front charges and mounting fees to keep the sector in the green a major investigation has unearthed. Daily Express :: Finance More...

By On Monday, November 27th, 2017

Death of petrol cars: Shell develops electric charge points which only takes FIVE MINUTES

SHELL will soon offer high-speed charging points for electric vehicles alongside its petrol pumps in the UK. Daily Express :: Finance Feed  More...

By On Thursday, June 8th, 2017

Greek debt timebomb: Athens could beg EU lenders to avert deadlock if talks break down

GREECE could ask European lenders to intervene and avert the deadlock on the country’s debt crisis if talks break down next week. Daily Express :: Finance Feed  More...

By On Saturday, March 11th, 2017

STRONG BRITAIN: Trade deficit falls as exports of cars and chemicals SOAR

BRITAIN’S trade deficit with the rest of the world has narrowed, amid a surge in exports of UK machinery, gold, cars and chemicals, official data has showed. Daily Express :: Finance Feed  More...

By On Wednesday, March 8th, 2017

Budget 2017: Blow for pensioners as tax-free dividend allowance SLASHED

PHILIP Hammond dealt a blow to investors and pensioners relying on dividend income by revealing that the tax-free allowance would be more than halved. Daily Express :: Finance Feed  More...

By On Monday, March 6th, 2017

Buy-to-let landlords face huge tax increase from new law

A time bomb has been placed under the once thriving buy-to-let market and is primed to explode in exactly one month. Daily Express :: Finance Feed  More...