Alan Green joins the Podcast for our weekly instalment of markets and UK equities.
This Podcast starts by looking at Bitcoin and the factors driving the recent selloff. China has implemented restriction on Bitcoin that sent the price spiralling and we look at both sides of the argument around whether now is a time to buy.
We explore Berkeley Group Holdings (LON:BKG) after the company updates the market on a bumper 2020 where the South East focused house builder managed to grow their top line despite the pandemic.
However, shares in the London-listed company fell in the immediate aftermath and we question...
We once more welcome Alan Green back to the UK Investor Magazine Podcast for our weekly exploration of UK equities and global markets.
UK inflation was today's topic of discussion before we drilled down into BP (LON:BP), Blue Prism (LON:PRSM) and Karelian Diamonds (LON:KDR).
UK inflation rose to 2.1% in May as fuel, recreational goods and clothing helped prices higher as the economy reopened. A reading of 2.1% is marginally above the Bank of England's target rate of 2% but with signs prices could elevated, there may be concerns in some corners of the market that it will force the BoE...
The UK Investor Magazine Podcast is joined by CEO and Founder of Orbital Machines, Eivind Liland.
Orbital Machines is solving a major pain point for the micro launcher industry, building scalable electric motopump systems, ready to be implemented into aerospace and space applications.
The Norwegian based company is providing an electric based solution for smaller launches in an overall private space industry that is estimated to worth $1.4 trillion by the 2030s.
Although Orbital Machines are setting their sights on electric propellant pumps initially, Eivind outlined where he sees the business evolving with other components for rockets such as sensors and connectivity facilitators...
The UK Investor Magazine Podcast is joined by Craig Martin, Chairman of Dynam Capital, manager of the Vietnam Holding (LON:VNH) Investment Trust.
Vietnam was Asia's fastest growing economy in 2020, expanding 3%, so it is fitting Vietnam Holding was the best performing London-listed Investment Trust in May in terms of Net Asset Value.
Vietnam's economy is becoming increasingly digital with many Vietnamese using smart phones for digital transactions, but with around 60% of the population still unbanked, there is significant opportunity for greater adoption as the middle class grows.
Vietnam Holding provides exposure to the evolution in the Vietnamese economy through banking...