At the current time Dabbl is not accepting new clients or existing customer transactions (other than withdrawals) as we seek to obtain our own direct authorisation with the FCA. This process can take 3 to 6 months, normal service will resume as soon as we secured our regulatory licence from the FCA. Thank you for your understanding and patience whilst we navigate these steps.

Alex Bodikian


What’s going on? China announced plans to break up payment app Alipay on Monday, as the country’s tech sector crackdown really starts to leave its mark. What does this mean? Alipay – which boasts more than a billion users – is known as the go-to platform for everything from ordering food to processing payments. Now, though, it …

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Cancel Culture

What’s going on? Three of America’s biggest airlines warned last week that a rise in coronavirus cases will impact profits this winter, but you should subscribe to their podcast to hear what they really think. What does this mean? The Delta variant has been on the rise in the States, and it looks like it’s putting everyone off their …

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Stress Test

What’s going on? Data out on Friday showed the UK economy grew just 0.1% in July, and that notoriously stiff upper lip looks like it’s starting to tremble. What does this mean? July’s growth was one-tenth of what it was the month before, but at least there’s a small caveat: June was the tail-end of a remarkably strong second …

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Origin Story

What’s going on? Data out on Monday showed that prices of energy have surged to record highs in Europe, but just remember: with great power comes great responsibility. What does this mean? The demand for energy picked up coming out of the pandemic, but providers didn’t seem to get the memo in time: there have …

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Smash Hits

What’s going on? 2021 is on track to be a record-breaking year for mergers and acquisitions (M&A), after companies took advantage of their hot vax summer to really let loose. What does this mean? Firms have struck $4 trillion worth of deals since the start of 2021 – more than twice as many as they had done …

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Crease And Desist

What’s going on? Here’s a new wrinkle in China’s once smooth recovery: data out on Wednesday showed China’s manufacturing activity shrank in August for the first time since April 2020. What does this mean? It looks like China’s economy is finally losing steam after having outperformed its rivals’ during the pandemic: a widely followed manufacturing …

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Fresh Blood

What’s going on? The FTSE 100 is undergoing its quarterly reshuffle this week, and the injection of a few big names could give Britain’s biggest index a new lease of life. What does this mean? The FTSE 100 comprises the UK’s biggest public companies by value, and its performance helps investors gauge the health of both corporate …

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OK, Zoomer

What’s going on? Zoom reported better-than-expected earnings earlier this week, but investors seem to think last year’s most hip-happening communications platform is already a relic of the past. What does this mean? Now that kids and adults alike are getting back to school and offices, investors are worried that Zoom’s once-strong growth is already starting to dry …

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Ign-EU-rance Is Bliss

What’s going on? Fresh data out on Tuesday showed eurozone inflation hit its highest in a decade in August, but the European Central Bank (ECB) maintains there’s absolutely nothing to see here. What does this mean? The prices of goods and services in Europe’s 19 euro-spending countries climbed by a higher-than-expected 3% last month compared to a year before. …

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Dead Trend

What’s going on? Peloton reported worse-than-expected results late last week, as its audience’s devotion to the latest fitness fad once again ran out of steam. What does this mean? With gyms back in action last quarter, at-home exercise equipment fell out of favor and Peloton’s revenue growth dropped off dramatically. That, coupled with costs from an expensive …

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