Struggling Retail – Worrying Signs for the UK Economy?

Towards the end of 2018, the markets were stunned by a shock profit warning from ASOS; the golden child of British retail. This showed that the slowdown in the retail sector was not limited to traditional retailers, but was also affecting online shops too. Is this slowdown in consumer spending a worrying sign for the UK economy? ★ ★ Check out our online financial school for a range of courses about the financial markets, economics and more: ★ ★ ===== ★ Free Trading Course: ===== ★ Market Selection Service (free to join): ===== ★ Subscribe to our channel for more financial education: https://bit.ly/DuomoYouTube ===== ★ Full online trading course: http://bit

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Emaar: shake-ups, growth plans and renewed digital focus

Mohamed Alabbar has never been one to stand still and in just one week in July he proved this point once again. Emaar Malls appointed a new, digitally focussed CEO; Emaar Properties said it will sell hotels, clinics and schools as it looks to raise $1.4 billion in funds through the sale of non-core assets; Emaar Hospitality announced the reopening of the historic Al Alamein Hotel in Egypt after an $84m major facelift to make it among the finest resorts along the Mediterranean. And as if that weren’t enough, Emaar said it will develop the Middle East’s largest Chinatown within the retail district of Dubai Creek Harbour, its six-square kilometre mega-development. The company also announced that it will open three dedicated pavilions in China – Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, all cities

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