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.


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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Breaking down the jargon of business

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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Another new appointment for m&s

BP – may have reported some bumper profits earlier this week off the back of rising prices since the start of the year, but shares are under pressure both for the company and its major peer BP this morning. Over-production and uncertainty as to whether the Opec cartel will continue to limit production has left …

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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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Mergers & acquisitions. what are they?

Mergers and acquisitions – How they work, and the purpose they serve. We have seen a lot of ‘M&A chatter’ in the market in recent weeks, with companies looking to be snapped up or merged  with big, umbrellas. So, why would one company look at merging with another? This can be for a variety of …

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