The Introductory Guide to Corporate Valuation and Finance, covering Company Valuation Models, and Potential Synergies from Takeovers and Mergers.
Who Does the Government Borrow From?
One of the most common questions I hear when discussing the government debt levels is “who does the government borrow from?”, so in this blog post, I will be explaining how the government debt works in the United Kingdom.
Cost of Living: The UK’s Silent Crisis
The combination of the coronavirus pandemic, ongoing climate crisis, and most recently, the renewed Russian aggression against Ukraine, have resulted in a significant financial impact on our daily lives.
5 Ways My Relationship with Money Has Changed
In this post, I explore the five main ways that my relationship with money has changed since I have left University.
The Economics of Ticket Touting
How many times in the past have you decided that you are going to get tickets to an event, only to find that they are sold out immediately?
Could We Thrive With Less Than a Five Day Working Week?
There have been many advocates of, and studies into a shorter work week, but could a this be positive for our productivity, and wellbeing in the long term?
The Barnett Formula: Scotland’s Gain, England’s Bane
Among the most highlighted points when discussing the situation between Scotland and the rest of the United Kingdom is the existence of the divisive Barnett Formula.
Charity: A Fallacy of Goodwill
Despite the positive aims of charities, many are paying their top bosses incredible wages. In an industry which prides itself on benevolence, is this right?
Quantitative Easing: Money Really Does Grow on Trees
Quantitative Easing involves the expansion of the monetary base in an economy usually through the purchase of assets such as sovereign bonds.
What’s the Deal with Negative Interest Rates?
Why did the Swiss National Bank decide to implement the first ever negative interest rate, and what does it mean for savers with deposits of over 10m Swiss Francs?