5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Monday 20th May 2019
Justin Waite
5 Things You Need To Know
05:09, 20th May 2019

Vox Media Player

If you find this podcast useful please give it a rating and review on iTunes by clicking here

5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Monday 20th May 2019

5. UK rail passengers lost an estimated 3.9m hours to delays in 2018, according to consumer group Which?

This is revealed as the new National Rail summer timetable has come into effect today, with 1,000 new train services being introduced across Great Britain.

(Click here to read more)  

 

4. Companies around the world paid $263.3 billion in dividends in the firstquarter, a rise of 7.8% and a record amount , as they shrugged off worries about slowing economic and earnings growth.

(Click here to read more)  

 

3. A senior adviser to the German government fears another European financial crisis could be brewing.

Dr Lars Feld, one of the German Council of Economic Experts, was one of the first last year to warn of a slowdown in Europe's largest economy.

(Click here to read more)  

 

2. New office building in central London is at a three-year high, with 13.2 million square feet of space under construction, up 12% on the figure six months ago.

Some 55% of the office space under construction was already let and for larger schemes of over 100,000 square feet, more than three quarters was already committed to, Deloitte said.

(Click here to read more)  

 

1. Google has barred phone maker Huawei off from receiving some updates to the Android operating system, dealing a blow to the Chinese firm and their new smartphones will also lose access to popular Google apps.

The move comes after the Trump administration added Huawei to a list of companies that American firms cannot trade with unless they have a licence.

(Click here to read more)

 

Disclaimer & Declaration of Interest

The information, investment views and recommendations in this article are provided for general information purposes only. Nothing in this article should be construed as a solicitation to buy or sell any financial product relating to any companies under discussion or to engage in or refrain from doing so or engaging in any other transaction. Any opinions or comments are made to the best of the knowledge and belief of the writer but no responsibility is accepted for actions based on such opinions or comments. Vox Markets may receive payment from companies mentioned for enhanced profiling or publication presence. The writer may or may not hold investments in the companies under discussion.

Comments
info
Login or register to post comments

Recent Articles
Watchlist