The cost of living has reached a tipping point for many families across the United Kingdom. From the cost of energy bills to the food we are purchasing from our local shop, we are seeing increases in the cost for an average family rise to levels we have not yet seen before.
With climate change being a key topic at the moment, we take a look into how 200 countries set out plans to cut emissions by 2030 and how financial organisations direct finance away from fossil fuel burning industries.
Container transportation costs have increased massively since last summer, and major ports are experiencing a severe backlog. There has been a trend of shortages in recent months, the production of vehicles has been a significant issue due to the lack of computer chips.
You may have heard people saying using the name Bitcoin, or maybe you have read somewhere about a trend called cryptocurrency. The name has been used a lot recently, but the history of cryptocurrency is over ten years old.
Stamp duty rates are being tapered back to full by the end of September 2021 in order to ease property buyers back in to a full price market after the stamp duty holiday ends on June 30th. Already extended from March 31st, the holiday was intended to keep the property market moving during the uncertainty of the pandemic.