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ScotEq achieves S&P AAA rating

Standard & Poor&#39s has confirmed a triple-A rating for Scottish Equitable. This covers local currency counterparty credit and claims&#39 paying ability. The credit-ratings agency commended ScotEq for having a strong level of capitalisation and business position, excellent expense management and good financial flexibility. It says ScotEq has a conservative investment strategy and believes the life […]

CU business boosted by strong single premiums

Commercial Union&#39s life and pension profits rose by 10 per cent for the first nine months of 1997 to £196m from £178m in the same period last year. New life business rose by 7.5 per cent to £42.6m from £39.6m on an equivalent premium income basis. The company&#39s pension business leapt by 40 per cent […]

US loan growth is not painting a pretty picture for the US economy

Written by Mike Riddell One of the current big debates in global financial markets is whether investors should believe ‘hard’ rather than ‘soft’ data, where the usually reliable business and consumer surveys have been suggesting strengthening in global growth momentum for some time now, while the economic data that feeds through into the Gross Domestic […]


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