Three-month Libor fell to 3.31 per cent today according to the British Bankers Association. Overnight rates stayed at 2 per cent.
After a long, long wait Equitable Life victims had been given the impression that they would finally get their answer to whether the Government will bow to the Parliamentary Ombudsman’s pressure and offer them compensation before Christmas.
A group of small HBOS shareholders have begun legal proceedings to halt the imminent merger today.
I am afraid a little belatedly I have just read the letter from Malcolm Robinson suggesting that investment bonds still have their place.
SimplyBiz is creating a multi-million-pound fund to help member firms meet the FSA’s proposed new capital adequacy requirements.
Daniel Nicholas, Product Manager of the Harris Associates Global Concentrated Equity Fund, discusses the main challenges and issues facing global equity investors in 2016.
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