In June 2008, three months before the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the onset of the Great Financial Crisis (GFC), the price of Brent crude oil briefly touched $145 per barrel, its highest level ever.
Investing In Salt Water Disposal In The Permian Basin Companies involved in the exploration and production of oil and gas have more to think about than just oil and gas. There’s water too – and lots of it! A study calculated that for every barrel of oil that comes out of North America’s Permian Basin, thereRead more
London was once considered a haven for property investors. They were confident about finding a secure investment that was barely affected by changes in market prices. This perspective has changed over the years mainly due to the recent Brexit vote.
Boris Johnson, our new Prime Minister, dubbed BoJo by the tabloid press, has vowed to implement the UK’s exit from the European Union (EU) by 31st October, “no matter what”. Will this Halloween Brexit be trick or treat for UK property investors?