Simple Landlords Insurance rate universities by yield, with St Andrews hitting the top spot with the chance to earn up to a 12%p.a. return.
A new study by SIX Payment Services and ibi research looks at how merchants want to meet the needs of their customers without losing sight of operational efficiency.
Nicole Rogers from DAS Law answers the most important questions for existing Airbnb hosts and those thinking of renting out their properties.
YFM Equity Partners’ (YFM’s) British Smaller Companies VCT plc (BSC) has announced the appointment of Rupert Cook as an independent non-executive director.
The impact of today’s Supreme Court judgment on employment tribunal fees could see the volume of claims increase and better access to justice for employees seeking legal advice, according to leading employment law firm DAS Law.
More than half the population of UK landlords have taken measures to check the fire safety of their buy-to-let properties in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire.
The SimplyBiz Group has announced the launch of a new DB pension transfer bureau in partnership with Creative Wealth Management. The service, which is available immediately to all members of the Group, supports advisers who feel their clients would be better served by a pension transfer specialist.
The recent coverage of members of the public taking on alleged criminals can raise our community spirit and encourage people to be more socially active, however it is vital to know what you can and can’t do when it comes tackling and apprehending the bad guys.
Global stockmarkets retreated as investors were spooked by rising tensions between the US and North Korea. In contrast, core sovereign bonds and gold benefitted from their safe haven status, as did the yen and the Swiss franc.
In a heavy week for data releases, global stockmarkets ended the week slightly higher and bond yields fell.
Global stockmarkets weakened as tech stocks suffered another setback. Tobacco stocks were also undermined by news that the FDA may force nicotine levels in cigarettes to be lowered.
Last night I attended the excellent London Press Club debate ‘It was the readers wot won it’, It was chaired by Andrew Rawnsley (Observer) and included panellists Amanda Platell (Daily Mail), John Rentoul (Independent), Simon Robinson (Reuters) and Kevin Schofield (Politics Home).
In a quiet week for data releases, the euro continued to climb and the US dollar weakened as investors looked to central banks for clues as to the timing of future policy moves.
Global stockmarkets gained as weaker-than-expected US economic data and comments from Fed chair Janet Yellen raised hopes that US policy normalisation would be gradual.
Tim Martin, prominent Brexiteer and founder of Wetherspoons, the pub chain, is great at making the headlines when he wants to, but the news that Wetherspoons had deleted its entire customer database on purpose, was hardly picked up at all.
Global stockmarkets were unsettled by the continued rises in bond yields. An intercontinental ballistic missile test by North Korea also caused some concern.
A recent survey of 250 UK insurance broking firms, however, shows that following the attack there has surprisingly been little increase at all in the number of enquiries for Cyber insurance cover.
Global bonds and the US dollar fell after more hawkish comments from the European Central Bank, the Bank of England and the Bank of Canada raised speculation that they were soon to join the Federal Reserve in starting to normalise monetary policy. The news also unsettled global stockmarkets.