Good and growing companies are still to be found, Simon Edelsten, manager of the Artemis Global Select Fund, tells Ross Leckie – even in a world marked by low(er) growth and political uncertainty.
TSB Bank is moving its former Northern Rock portfolio to a new brand called Whistletree. Whistletree has been set up to give the former Northern Rock customers a distinct home within TSB. TSB bought a portfolio of mortgages and other loans from Cerberus Capital Management in November 2015. But before Whistletree, UK Asset Resolution handled […]
Sipp providers have revealed how they split the interest earned on client bank accounts ahead of a 2017 FCA deadline. By April providers must show the margin they retain on cash holdings as a charge on Sipp illustrations. Money Marketing’s research (see table below) shows a wide range in the interest rates firms are able […]
New Chancellor Philip Hammond has ruled out the emergency budget George Osborne promised before the EU referendum. Osborne said a budget would be necessary if the UK voted to leave the EU. But speaking to Sky News Hammond ruled out a budget which Osborne said would include £30bn of spending cuts. He also refused to […]
The Women Against State Pension Inequality group is organising a mass-mailing to the Department for Work and Pensions in the hope it will lead to formal complaints to the Parliamentary Ombudsman. The group, which wants transitional measures for women who have seen their state pension age increase, provide an email template and detail how to […]
Largely obscured by ‘noise’, the facts suggest that the price of oil will rise by the end of this year, according to Richard Hulf. To watch the video click here
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