The Treasury has disposed of another £500m of its Lloyds Bank holding, increasing the total raised to £14.5bn. Earlier this month the Government confirmed that it had sold £14bn of shares, and it has now disposed of a further 1 per cent holding. The £500m of shares sold means the Government now holds less than […]
Parliamentary authorities had to be at their very sharpest this week to spoil an attempt to seize control of the UK’s democracy by WSJ sister title Money Marketing head of investment news Laura Suter. Despite passing through airport-level security, the scurrilous Suter managed to inveigle her way into the very seat of British power, invading […]
Chinese markets have seen dramatic falls in recent days, which had a knock-on effect on many other countries’ markets, but is this reason for investors to panic and how long can the falls continue? Money Marketing sister-title Fund Strategy editor Laura Suter talks to JP Morgan Asset Management global markets strategist David Stubbs about the […]
Medium-sized advice firms face a dramatic jump in the amount of capital they must hold within months, experts are warning. Following concerns that firms facing the biggest increase are being given the shortest amount of time to make changes, trade bodies are urging the regulator to rethink its capital adequacy proposals. In May the FCA […]
Jelf Employee Benefits focuses on Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) and what this means for businesses with operations in West Africa. This will be of particular interest to those with employees either travelling to, or living within, West Africa, the area affected by the most catastrophic outbreak of Ebola to date.
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