Who benefited from chancellor George Osborne's Autumn Statement? We look at the winners and losers.18 Comments
The chancellor had little to offer savers although National Savings & Investments emerged as a surprise winner of the mini-Budget.5 Comments
People at or approaching retirement will be able to top up their state pension through a new national insurance class.Leave a comment
Skandia has warned that the government’s plans to abolish the use of multiple nil-rate bands on multiple trusts could have a major impact on savers.4 Comments
More British pensioners living abroad will be forced to prove they are alive in order to keep receiving the state pension, the government has announced.2 Comments
Aviva chairman John McFarlane has been appointed chairman of transport operator FirstGroup, replacing Aberdeen Asset Management chief executive Martin Gilbert.Leave a comment
And ‘double Irish’ limits Facebook tax bill to €1.9 million last year, despite generating turnover of €1.79 billion. (Updated with Questor share tips)Leave a comment
Two former investment managers from Barclays have joined forces to launch a Glasgow-based investment firmLeave a comment
Bitcoin has recently attracted attention from Chinese speculators, central bankers, and the tiny channel island of Alderney, which has toyed with the idea of backing physical currency with them.Leave a comment
Investors in Global Real Estate, a closed-ended fund that invests in property securities, has abandoned its plans to raise £50 million.Leave a comment
The Dow Jones and S&P 500 fell for a fifth straight session after improving economic data raised hopes the Fed will curb its monthly bond purchases sooner than estimated.
Amundi’s chief investment officer Pascal Blanqué sets out the major challenges for the region’s largest investors.
The Asian income specialist is wary of country's current state following government failings but remains confident of better returns going forward.
Citywire AAA-rated manager opens position in bailed-out bank despite populist trend towards vilifying the firm.