Legislation paving the way for a boom in clean energy has powered strong performance in related funds
Cost of servicing debt tops rental income for first time since 2007 as creditworthiness deteriorates
Investors pulled $54.3bn from the manager’s active mutual funds — more than from any other provider
Difficulties in tackling complex problems may distract rule-setters from core role in ensuring financial stability
A new network aims to plug the shortfall in venture capital for women-led businesses and give backers better access to founding teams from diverse backgrounds
Regulator says new draft code will encourage best practice for defined benefit schemes
The triple lock increases some benefits payments by inflation, earnings or 2.5%, whichever is highest.
The ongoing Conservative Party leadership hustings haven’t seen much agreement between candidates, but they have resulted in the creation of a new political narrative: “Gordon Brown economics”. Foreign secretary Liz Truss explained away her rejection of cost of living “handouts” for households with the phrase.
Shutterstock/seislerThere’s a good chance that you would like to see COVID disappear for good. And you may also wish for an end to the war in Ukraine – or any other war for that matter.
But would you feel the same way if you were the head of a big pharmaceutical corporation which has seen a massive surge in profits over the last couple of years? Or if you ran a company which manufactures weapons?