Spain promotes new tax incentive of up to 70% for foreign and domestic productions – Forbes | Vette Leader

Take a look at the set for the world premiere of the HBO original drama series House of the Dragon … [+] the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles, July 27, 2022. (Photo by Chris Delmas/AFP) (Photo by CHRIS DELMAS/AFP via Getty Images) AFP via Getty Images Spain has introduced a new tax … Read more

‘Difficult choices’: UK announces higher taxes and spending cuts as warning sign to other governments – CNN | Vette Leader

London CNN business — The UK has already entered a recession, battling decades of inflation that is eroding the living standards of millions across the country. Now the British have to endure higher taxes and duties Cuts in public services as the government seeks to put its finances on a more sound footing – underscoring … Read more

Britain brings austerity back. Here’s why – CNN | Vette Leader

London CNN business — The last time a UK finance minister unveiled tax and spending plans, markets faltered and the country’s prime minister ended up losing her job. The new government is not aiming for a repeat. On Thursday, Chancellor Jeremy Hunt will present a budget aimed at restoring confidence in the UK’s ability to … Read more

More Details on FTX Bankruptcy and Missing Funds Coming Out – US News & World Report | Vette Leader

By Summer Zhen and Vidya Ranganathan HONG KONG/SINGAPORE (Reuters) – More details on crypto exchange FTX’s bankruptcy emerged on Saturday, although colleagues and partners have distanced themselves from the firm and sources told Reuters that at least $1 billion in client funds have disappeared from the exchange. The saga that has rocked the crypto world … Read more

A decade of rising property prices is over. UK economy will feel the pain – CNN | Vette Leader

London CNN business — For years home ownership in Britain was a one-way bet. Prices have risen steadily since the global financial crisis, increase in even larger steps after the start of the pandemic. Fueled by a post-lockdown spending spree, the average UK house price hit a record £275,000 ($315,474) in December, up £27,000 from … Read more

Britain’s ‘profound economic crisis’ leaves Rishi Sunak with only awkward choices – CNN | Vette Leader

London CNN business — Rishi Sunak, Britain’s third prime minister in seven weeks, took office on Tuesday with a promise to fix predecessor Liz Truss’ “mistakes” and deal with a “deep economic crisis”. The task will not be easy, he admitted. “This will involve difficult decisions,” said Sunak in his first speech at No 10 … Read more

5 Things to Know for October 25: Rishi Sunak, Student Loans, Filming, Ukraine, Shampoo – CNN | Vette Leader

CNN — People who had a fever, chills or muscle aches after being given Covid-19 vaccines tend to show a stronger antibody response than those who had no symptoms at all, a new study shows. But if your arm wasn’t sore after the injection, don’t worry — the vaccine still elicits robust immune responses regardless … Read more

5 things to know for October 21: Liz Truss, Ukraine, Covid-19, student loans, Uvalde – CNN | Vette Leader

CNN — If you’re flying American Airlines on an upcoming trip outside of the United States, the front of the plane will look slightly different. The airline said it is eliminating its first-class cabin on international flights because customers are not buying its increasingly expensive tickets. Here’s what else you need to know Stay connected … Read more

Truss quits but UK political and economic turmoil continues – The Associated Press | Vette Leader

LONDON (AP) – British Prime Minister Liz Truss ended Thursday after a tumultuous and historically short tenure marred by economic policies that roiled financial markets and a rebellion in her political party that wiped out her authority. After just 45 days in office, Truss became the third Conservative Prime Minister to be ousted in as … Read more

5 Things to Know for October 20th: Ukraine, Taxes, Trump, Uber, Iran – CNN | Vette Leader

CNN — The Covid-19 pandemic – which turned millions of lives upside down and required us to stay indoors for months – also helped fuel a baby boom. Close proximity between partners and increased job flexibility contributed to a 6.2% increase in US birth rates over the past year, according to a new study. Here’s … Read more