Money - Archive

November 2018 articles

Warren Buffett, the billionaire investor, recently hit the headlines with the announcement that he plans to spend almost $1 billion [...]

15 November

Investment management firms have called on the competition watchdog to ensure the quality of audit is not affected as it probes [...]

15 November

While most of us will be familiar with – or at least have heard of – inheritance tax (IHT), probate fees are a little-known [...]

15 November

“The midterm elections restored some faith in opinion polls with the Democrats taking the House of Representatives and the [...]

14 November

Profits collapsed at retirement housebuilder McCarthy & Stone today as it posted its full year results. [...]

13 November

Aberdeen Standard has overhauled the structure and branding of its £486m Asian Smaller Companies Trust. [...]

12 November

Scammers might seek to take advantage of uncertainty around Brexit to trick unsuspecting Brits, the Financial Conduct Authority [...]

8 November

There's no question that the housing market is in need of drastic reform. [...]

8 November

Game Digital narrowed its losses but still saw sales fall in its full year results published today. [...]

8 November

The transformation of emerging markets has been remarkable. The countries and companies that dominated 20 years ago have changed [...]

8 November

It is unusual for HMRC to admit that it has been too heavy-handed, so last week came as a welcome surprise to many parents who [...]

8 November

Asset management firms have called for increased clarity in the bond market, saying that the poor availability of data is undermining [...]

6 November

World stock markets fell 7.4 per cent in October as investors fretted about issues such as US-China trade tensions, European [...]

6 November

Ofgem's energy price cap is set to come into force from 1 January, the regulator said today. [...]

6 November

Former chief executive of City stockbroker Cenkos Securities, Jim Durkin, has returned to the company just 18 months after stepping [...]

5 November