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How to lose $1,000,000,000,000 in 30 minutes: HFT, Liquidity and Volatility in 2016

Published on 22 April 2016. By Kingsley Krawczyk, Registered Foreign Lawyer

The Wall Street we all knew is dead. It has been replaced by high frequency trading (HFT).

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Will staying in Europe mean greater access to Netflix?

Published on 14 April 2016. By Joshua Charalambous, Associate

Given the recent press attention given to David Cameron’s tax affairs it is doubtful that much could chill his concerns at the moment – even watching Netflix.

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Banker bashing: the end of an era?

Published on 18 March 2016.

Ever since George Osborne's Mansion House speech in June 2015, commentators have been queuing up to argue that "banker bashing" is coming to an end.

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The UK housing crisis: a problem for businesses?

Published on 16 March 2016. By Eliot Henderson, Associate

The UK is in the midst of a housing crisis. But should businesses care? And what, if anything, can they do about it?

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At last – the long-awaited price drop in Hong Kong's residential properties?

Published on 17 February 2016. By Adrian Chang, Associate

As with many of the developed cities in the world, Hong Kong faces the phenomenon of a soaring residential property market.

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Automation isn't the end

Published on 09 February 2016. By David Franklin, Associate

There is something almost apocalyptic about the idea that technology will spell “the end of lawyers”, so it is comforting that research suggests that the near future will be more about the automation of activities than the replacement of entire professions.

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NFL to touchdown in London

04 February 2016

The NFL season is reaching its climax with the Denver Broncos preparing to take on the Carolina Panthers on 7 February in the Super Bowl.

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Borrow My Brand

Published on 01 February 2016. By Rachael Ellis, Associate

Businesses, do you want to boost your brand? The answer is simple - borrow someone else's. Perhaps most prominent in the fashion world, 'brand borrowing' is the concept of one brand procuring the use of another brand’s name or logo for their products.

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The Fed awakens: the US central bank raises the federal funds rate for the first time in nearly a decade

13 January 2016

Simply put, the federal funds rate is the interest rate at which commercial banks in the US lend money to each other, usually overnight.

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EU in or EU out?

Published on 18 December 2015. By Constantine Christofi, Associate

The UK will soon be faced with a question that may well have a profound impact on its future and materially shape its place in the world, namely: should the UK remain in or out of the European Union.

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