Igor Neguta

Brexit realisation grab markets

Project Fear. Scaremongering. That was what the pro-Brexit advocates were calling any warnings made by those that wanted the UK to remain as part of the single market. 1,700 pips later, as the British Pound reached levels not seen for over 30 years, those warnings are on their way to becoming promises.

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Haris Sajjad

Chinese Yuan

It has been suggested that an effective way to maintain or even improve growth rates in China would be to devalue the Yuan.

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Igor Neguta

Two weeks until EU Referendum

The Brexit vote, with just under a month left, has still left many people asking themselves what would happen, or how it would come about. The public seems to be pretty evenly split at the time of this writing.

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Ashley Chadwick

Met Traders at the races

One of the best things about working at Met Traders is the opportunity to go on one of the company days out. Recently we were treated to an evening in a Private Box at Sandown Park Racecourse.

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Met Culture

Reece Thomas

Greek Debt Deal

On Wednesday 25th May 2016 the Eurozone finance ministers met in Brussels to discuss the bailout conditions of Greece. During this meeting a deal with the international creditors was made to loan a further 10.3bn Euros to Greece in an aid to boost Greece's economy and help end the country’s vicious circle of austerity and recession.

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