Daniel J. Tulloch

63 Added | 2 Magazines | 2 Following | 15 Followers | @DJTulloch | PhD candidate in Energy Finance at the University of Otago

Economics
Europe

Greek debt crisis endgame: ECB agrees to pump more money into Greece's banks as Russia enters the ring

Summit planned for next Monday, as €1bn pulled from banks yesterday and senior Government figures say Grexit is inevitable<p><b>• ECB forced to stave off bank collapse</b><br>• <b>€1bn pulled from Greek banks yesterday amid fears of bank run<br>• Russia enters the ring saying it is "ready to consider the question of</b> …

Europe
Europe

Energy Nations Better Watch Out as Saudis Open Stock Market

Global equity markets are waking up to a new $558 billion magnet pulling cash out of developing nations from Russia to Malaysia.<p>As Saudi Arabia lifts …

Stock Markets
Bank of England
NGOs

Norway will make (coal) history

It’s set to be the largest divestment from fossil fuels ever made. Just hours after a coalition of groups delivered nearly 50,000 signatures and a …

Trade Deficits
United Kingdom

UK inflation rate turns negative

<b>The main measure of UK inflation turned negative in April for the first time on record, with the rate falling to -0.1%.</b><p>It is the first time Consumer Price Index (CPI) inflation has turned negative since 1960, based on comparable historic estimates, the Office for National Statistics said.<p>The …

Economics
Europe
Investing
Pollution
United Kingdom
Climate
Climate
Europe
Economics
Housing

What the bond selloff means for your investments

Some bonds have fallen by 15pc since April. We assess the wider impact on savers<p>Extreme movements in the financial markets in recent days have gone largely unnoticed by savers and investors, probably because of the general election and because the movements involve bonds rather than shares.<p>But many …

Brussels warns UK over budget failings as Germans handed a reprieve

Britain cautioned over breaching EU deficit limits, while eurozone's biggest creditor will avoid punishment for running persistent surpluses<p>Britain will remain under the oversight of European Union budgetary authorities after failing to take enough “effective action” to reduce the hole in its …

Pierre Moscovici
Natural Gas
Economics
Imperial College London
Economics

The climate adviser’s dilemma

To ensure scientific integrity in climate policy, advisers need to take a step back from politics.<p>There is a shift underway in international climate policy. The top-down approach to mitigating climate change that has guided policy since 1992 is slowly being replaced by a bottom-up model. The focus …

Climate
Fun-Da-Mental
Lloyds Banking Group
Europe