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Free investing on dabbl in December

We have just launched our the new update to the dabbl app making it even easier to invest in the brands you love. ‍ And as if that was not enough, to celebrate the new app we have removed all our commission fees giving you a chance to get up and running straight away. So hurry download the new …

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A little more about the features on our app!

At Dabbl, we want to make buying shares as accessible as we possibly can – for everyone. To help with this, we’re running a series of blog posts covering a wide range of topics which impact the world of business, finance and investing. These snapshots have been carefully crafted to cut through the jargon and …

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Politics and the Stock Market

Your vote really does count. Understanding Politics and how it impacts your stocks. Unless you’ve been living under a rock this week (or very far from a Polling Station), you’ll know that this week saw a ‘Local Election’ in various towns and cities across the country. This saw the chance for many a local Councillor …

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5 Reasons why you should check out dabbl

We’ve built dabbl with the aim of providing the next generation of self-directed investor with an easy, cost effective and fun way of buying and selling stocks and shares in thousands of companies from across the globe. For too long, investing directly into shares has been beyond the reach of many, but we’re changing all …

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What’s a dividend – And what should you do with it?

At Dabbl, we want to make buying shares as accessible as we possibly can – for everyone. To help with this, we’re running a series of blog posts covering a wide range of topics which impact the world of business, finance and investing. These snapshots have been carefully crafted to cut through the jargon and …

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ao.com – 7 things to know before you buy shares in the uk online retailer

1) AO World – better known as AO.com – started as a bet between two mates in the pub back in 2000 – the wager was for £1 that founder John Roberts – who went on to become a multi-millionaire – wouldn’t start his own business. 2) The company floated its shares on the stock …

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Emmanuel macron to be the next french president

Centrica – the company behind British Gas is struggling as consumers become more savvy over their ability to switch energy providers. A trading update published this morning showed the company has lost over a quarter of a million customers already this year. Although they are claiming this is due to them no longer supporting ‘collective …

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Better than expected profits for facebook

Facebook – the social media giant, published its latest results last night. Despite surging profits, these came with something of a warning. Advertising revenue growth is tipped to fall throughout the remainder of the year. The company is now hunting out alternative revenue raising methods with the timeline for this reaching a saturation point. Shares …

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Iphone sales on the decline.

Apple – reported its latest earnings last night after US markets closed and there was a degree of surprise that iPhone sales had dropped. The company’s line here is that a growing number of leaks about new product features had seen consumers holding off upgrading, but it was far from being all gloomy news for …

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Theresa May and the markets

There’s a line that is often tossed around the financial world, and that’s around how much the markets detest uncertainty. We saw a good example of this on Tuesday morning when Downing Street announced that the Prime Minister would be making a statement from the steps of No. 10 at 11.15am. This is a rare …

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