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Labour has called for a price cap on drawdown products to protect savers from 'rip off' charges under the pension freedoms.
Lindsell Train investment trust has taken out £6 million 'key man' insurance on its fund manager Nick Train.
And the World Energy Council has put the UK on a negative watch list over concerns about the security and cost of its energy supplies.
China slashed benchmark interest rates for the first time since July 2012 as leaders step up support for the world’s second-largest economy.
And airlines are facing steep increases in their insurance bills in the wake of the two Malaysia Airlines crashes earlier this year.
And world stock markets soared yesterday as China’s central bank moved to head off a sharp slowdown in growth with its first cut in interest rates for two years.
Deal would be the biggest for insurance sector in more than a decade.
Markets surge on surprise China interest rate cut and hints of more stimulus from the ECB. The Accumulator rounds up the week.
Medium-sized companies have been in the doldrums this year, but Georgina Brittain argues they are poised for a revival.
Workers who opted out of national insurance contributions may not qualify for the full flat-rate state pension when it is introduced.
Perpetual Income & Growth, the best of Mark Barnett's three big investment trusts, has saved shareholders a lot of money, but is it enough?
Shares up 60% after Quindell dismisses reports of sale of Nationwide Accident Repair Services stake. FT reveals short seller.
HMRC has lost track of millions of pounds worth of tax reliefs, says National Audit Office.
Our daily roundup of analyst commentary on shares, also including UDG Healthcare and Entertainment One.
The Dow Jones and S&P 500 finished at record highs after data showed further strength in the US economy and Intel gave an upbeat forecast.
And RBS fined £56m for IT meltdown