Brexit, ECB and Tech retreat In this week, US new coronavirus cases continue moving down and the 7-days moving average is now below 40,000. New deaths and hospitalizations are also decreasing. The discussion on how to reopen the economy might begin soon. Meanwhile, the EU and UK new cases are increasing, and nothing suggests this […]
Back to normal? Welcome to this week’s overview, The World Economy Globally more than 23.6 million cases and 868,000 deaths have been confirmed. The 3 worst affected countries in the world include India, US and Brazil. India reported the biggest single day rise in coronavirus cases anywhere in the world so far (August 30th). Meanwhile, […]
Back to work! Welcome to another blog update of the Weekly Overview Series. In this week… Coronavirus cases top 24.6 million worldwide and 835,000 deaths with record daily cases in India, pushing it to become the second worst-hit country. Peru is now the world’s deadliest Covid hot spot. Meanwhile, more than 220,000 people out of […]
Second Wave ‘Under Control’ Welcome to another blog update of the Weekly Overview Series. In this week…, United States Covid-19 daily cases topped 60,000 for the first time. However, the steepness of the second wave virus curve in the U.S is plateauing. The most affected states are Texas, California, Florida and Arizona. Meanwhile, in the […]
Matheus Covre de Menzes, a Lancaster alumnus joined us last week to share his journey at JP Morgan, explaining how the finance industry has changed since 1973, and continued by giving advice to current students.
If you decide to pursue a financial career don’t be surprised. At university, you will be making 40+ applications in your first year and that’s just the easy part. After the first year, once you have mastered the technique of applications the numbers just go up. But let’s rewind, all the way back to my […]