Bank has set aside £856m for litigation and conduct issues.
Following the election, the political landscape has shifted. With a Conservative Government, a resounding victory for the SNP, and Labour forced to rethink its strategy, what will this unexpected turn of events mean for financial services? Money Marketing editor Natalie Holt talks to Cicero director and chief corporate counsel Iain Anderson about how the exit […]
According to a business associate of mine (and someone considering his own retirement options) “the sands have shifted since the pensions freedoms were announced”. Now they are here, he believes most rational people will work out the cash option is not that attractive considering the tax implications and the problem of where to reinvest it. […]
UK GDP grew by 0.4 per cent in the three months to April compared to 0.3 per cent growth in the three months ending in March 2015, according to the National Institute of Economic and Social Research. The think-tank says it expects “the slight softening” of GDP growth experienced in the first quarter of this […]
Over the last seven years you have probably read countless articles and had endless discussions about when the Federal Reserve (Fed) is next going to hike. The chart below shows the Fed Funds rate implied by the market at the beginning of each year since 2010. The Fed did finally edge rates higher in December […]
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