Chris Papadopoullos, City A.M.

Chris Papadopoullos

City A.M.

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Past articles by Christopher:

Rightmove: Cheapest boroughs fuel 11 per cent rise in London house prices as one agent warns it now takes 46 years to save for a deposit

London house prices have climbed 11 per cent over the last 12 months, with the cheapest boroughs rising at the most rapid rate. → Read More

From oil prices to global growth: Here are Goldman Sachs' top 10 market themes for 2016

Economists at Goldman Sachs have just released what they believe will be the 10 biggest economic themes of 2016. → Read More

ECB minutes: Bigger Eurozone QE programme now looks like 'done deal'

The European Central Bank considered expanding its €1. → Read More

Manufacturing outlook deteriorates as export orders drop to three-year low – CBI industrial trends survey

Manufacturers’ export orders are at the lowest for three years, new figures show, dashing hopes that an economic recovery in the Eurozone would provide → Read More

HSBC: UK homeowners are losing £29bn a year by not remortgaging

Brits are losing a massive £29bn by not remortgaging onto better deals, a leading lender has said. → Read More

UK house prices: Mortgage lending is steaming ahead at its fastest pace since 2008, says the Council of Mortgage Lenders

Mortgage lending is in full recovery mode. → Read More

Sharp drop in retail sales in October as shoppers gear up for Black Friday

UK retail sales saw a steep drop in October as the hype surrounding the rugby world cup died down and a possible sign that shoppers are waiting to snap → Read More

Private sector workers are optimistic about the next 12 months but public sector employees think they will be worse off

Brits’ optimism on their finances has risen this month with a strong outlook for private sector workers lifting overall confidence while those in the → Read More

Billionaire Dermot Desmond throws spanner in the works of Ladbrokes' merger with Coral

Billionaire financier Dermot Desmond has today thrown a spanner in the works of bookmaker Ladbrokes’ merger with rival Coral by asking other shareholders → Read More

Shares in Greek banks hit record lows as investors brace themselves for bank recapitalisation

Shares in Greece’s biggest banks plummeted today with three of the big four hitting record lows as the country's parliament prepares to pass reforms → Read More

Eurozone construction dives in September

The Eurozone’s construction sector is still struggling to recover after nearly a decade of decline and stagnation. → Read More

Bank of England's Ben Broadbent tells analysts to take the yield curve with a grain of salt

Investors, analysts and economists are at risk of making big mistakes if they interptet the interest rate on short-term government bonds as a consensus → Read More

Ditching traditional employment for portfolio careers is making people happier, says MBA & Co

Quitting your job may be the best career choice you ever make. → Read More

Chinese economy stopped decelerating this month, World Economics business survey shows

China’s economy is stabilising, according to business survey figures published today, with the manufacturing and services maintaining their growth rates → Read More

Greece and Eurogroup strike deal on €12bn slice of bailout cash

Greece has struck a deal with its creditors to unlock €12bn (£8. → Read More

US inflation rises to 0.2 per cent in October as energy prices halt their decline

Annual inflation in the US climbed to 0. → Read More

Investors bet on 2015 Federal Reserve interest rate hike as they pile cash into stocks and real estate – Bank of America Merrill Lynch's fund manager survey

Investors are gearing up for an imminent US interest hike and are piling cash into stocks, real estate and alternative investments, according to new survey → Read More

France to be given budget leeway by European Commission after Paris attacks

The European Commission (EC) said it will reassess France’s budget needs once its security budget plans are made clear. → Read More

German investor sentiment rebounds despite Paris attacks and Volkswagen emissions cheating scandal

German investor sentiment rebounded this month, according to new survey figures published today, suggesting a limited impact on confidence from the Paris → Read More

Inflation stays at minus 0.1 per cent in October as food and booze prices fall

Just in time for Christmas. → Read More