Are you desperately seeking working capital for your business? Do you need to buy inventory, invest in equipment, build a website, or hire staff? Well, you are in luck! Over the past several years, financial technology (fintech) innovators have been hard at work designing platforms that can help you get the working capital you need more quickly and easily. Need the credit line as soon as possible? Not a problem; fintech platforms are designed to provide prompt credit decisions and access to cash as quickly as a few minutes. [Read more…] about How to Apply for a Business Loan Online
As Britain leaves the European Union, fear became the dominant sentiment that badly affected the global stock market. Apart from Europe, the markets in America and Asia also experienced a slump particularly as predictions of a U.K. recession circulated. Global stocks were said to be in their worst monthly performance since January.
In Europe, shares of U.K. and European banks are now underperforming. They have been and are still the worst performing sectors. The Deutsche Bank, for its part, has recorded another record low after failing in a U.S. stress test. [Read more…] about Global Stock Market Shaken by Britain’s Exit from EU
With the United Kingdom finally out of the European Union (EU), the real estate industry is apprehensive about the Brexit effect on the property market. The signs were not good after the results came in as the pound dropped to its lowest level since 1985 and Prime Minister David Cameron resigned. Uncertainty is also being felt as varied sectors become apprehensive now that Britain would have to make new trade agreements with the rest of the world. [Read more…] about Brexit and Its Impact on the Property Market
Just five months after the Istanbul suicide bombing incident that killed 10 people, Turkey once again succumbed to another terror attack last Wednesday. This time, the Ataturk airport in the capital city was the target with 42 people killed. No group has claimed responsibility for the bombing but authorities believe Isis is behind it.
In the aftermath of this recent bombing, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan vowed that no terror attack will divide his country. He added the act is not Islamic as the attackers had no regard for faith or values. [Read more…] about What’s Next for Turkey’s Tourism Industry?