Housing problems are reaching a crisis point for many of the UK’s millennials, with the goal of home ownership so prized by the British increasingly out of reach. 40% of Britain’s millennials are unable to afford to buy the cheapest home for sale in their area.
According to the Financial Times, Paris is the big trading winner in a post-Brexit Europe. While Emmanuel Macron organized a big meeting two weeks ago at the biggest start-up incubator Station F, it seems that tech companies are attracted by French tax reforms.
China's economy hit new records in 2019, while companies are asking for more bonds, despite high risks of default. In the meantime, the trade war with the United States makes the situation particularly challenging.
A few days after its IPO, Uber drivers have expressed their disappointment when it comes to their status as National Labor Relations Board stated on Tuesday, May 14th that they could not been considered as employees.
2019 seems to get only worse for Facebook. Following the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook has to lead an investigation requested by the Federak Trade Commission which could cost the company more than $5 billion.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un meet in Vladivostok, Russia on April 25th. To many, this was a historical milestone for both countries, while North Korea is one of the last dictatures in the world and strongly opposed to the United States policy.
U.S President Donald Trump has shared his opinion about Fed's policy in a new tweet storm, last week. European Central Bank firmly condemned the mingling of the politics within the Federal Reserve's actions, as the latter should be unbiased.