Money - Archive

July 2017 articles

Earlier this summer, SoftBank invested $500m in Improbable, the largest round of venture financing in British history. [...]

21 July
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Global temperatures are on course to rise by up to 4°C, twice as far as safe levels, according to a new Climate Progress Dashboard. [...]

21 July
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Politics and geopolitics are polarising and confusing. Yet it is critical that investors integrate such criteria into their analysis. [...]

21 July
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Nottingham Building Society is continuing its aggressive expansion strategy, as it acquired seven more locations today from the [...]

20 July
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For the first time ever, as many passive as active investment funds featured in Cavendish Online's ten most-bought funds in the [...]

20 July
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It may be a hot topic for investors, but what does the term “robo advice” actually mean? Here is some much-needed clarity [...]

20 July
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If you were born since around 1970, the government has just proposed that you will not be able to get any state pension until [...]

20 July
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No one is going to rejoice at the thought of having to wait longer to get their state pension. [...]

19 July
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Rises in the state pension age will be brought forward in plans announced by the government this afternoon. [...]

19 July
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Our work lives are becoming increasingly malleable as millions of us turn our backs on steady nine-to-five jobs and choose to [...]

19 July
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Bank of England governor Mark Carney has today unveiled the full design of the new £10 note featuring Jane Austen 200 years [...]

18 July
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Investor confidence has taken a dive this month after a “limp government” emerged from June’s General Election, according [...]

17 July
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Reuters, the news agency, has recently revealed that as many as 400 of its news stories are written every day by robots. And [...]

17 July
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While men use seed crowdfunding more than women, women are more successful at it, according to a new report from PwC and The [...]

17 July
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The UK's pensions watchdog must put workers’ interests ahead of those of shareholders, the chair of the work and pensions select [...]

16 July
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