UK economic growth in 2006 is expected to exceed the forecast of 2.5 per cent increase, says the Chancellor. He said it is more likely to be 2.75 per cent and rise to between 2.75 per cent and 3.25 per cent in 2007.
by Guy Anker
Fresh from rebuffing rumours that they are interested in acquiring Credit Suisse’s multi-manager business, AXA Framlington has unveiled a major piece of restructuring and rebranding for its own multi-manager operation.
Commission Round Table report by Sam Shaw
By James Salmon
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