Weekly market watch: US and UK catalysts continue to drive market prices

by Staff Writer | Oct 19, 2020

The US election and a volatile final Brexit stretch will be the primary drivers of global trends over the next week.

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Over 4 million Europeans have applied to stay in the UK after Brexit

by John Dunn | Oct 13, 2020

Since 2018, over 4 million EU citizens and their families have applied to settle in the UK as part of the pre-Brexit EU Settlement Scheme.

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Weekly market watch: Downward trends aplenty

by Staff Writer | Oct 12, 2020

Talks of a vaccine, more Brexit uncertainty and numbers turning red Down Under.

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Australian immigration and visa update: What's changing in 2021

by Sam Hopwood | Oct 9, 2020

As Covid-19 continues to batter Australia’s economy, the government has finally announced the updates to its migration programmes for 2021.

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Weekly market watch: Volatility ahead

by Staff Writer | Oct 5, 2020

From Trump’s illness, to more Brexit talks and the global economy’s continued uphill battle – the markets are set for an unpredictable week.

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Grape expectations: The unexpected success of the UK wine industry during Covid-19

by Saskia Johnston | Oct 1, 2020

Over lockdown, much was made of our increased passion for alcohol – think Zoom happy hours and homemade “quarantinis” – all in an effort to fi...

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New UK student visa routes to open in October 2020

by John Dunn | Sep 24, 2020

In an attempt to produce clearer pathways for students, and maintain the UK’s competitiveness in a changing global education market, the gover...

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A step-by-step guide on financial emigration out of South Africa

by Tim Powell | Sep 23, 2020

Legislation was amended in 2008 to allow financially emigrated South Africans to transfer their remaining financial assets overseas. Below we ...

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Robot Wors: Can an algorithm replace a cross-border financial advisor?

by Niel Pretorius | Sep 23, 2020

There’s nothing quite like a juicy boerewors roll braaied on an open fire. Getting it perfect is a skill in itself, and nobody likes a boerie ...

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