President Donald Trump’s arrival in Britain today is sure to cause more shockwaves, following his humiliation of outgoing prime minister Theresa May over Brexit and challenge to her to be tougher in dealing with Chinese tech giant Huawei.

For a take on how the Huawei incident blew up into a global wrangle read the following:


Budget airline EasyJet is set to fall out of the FTSE 100 after six years when the index listing London’s biggest public companies is reshuffled this week, while the high street retailer JD Sports likely to be elevated to blue-chip status.

Financial Director recently revealed JD Sports was acquiring Pretty Green- the fashion chain launched by former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher that had fallen into administration.


Private equity companies are gearing up to acquire Bayer’s animal medicines business in what is likely  to be one of Europe’s largest buyouts since the financial crisis.

Bayer is selling the division as part of a reorganisation and cost-cutting plan designed to win back investors’ confidence after the German pharma giant’s troubled purchase of US seeds and chemicals group Monsanto.