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82,000 BT Pension Scheme members could be £34k worse-off

Tens of thousands of Britons with cash in one of the country’s biggest employee pension funds have been warned they face being £34,000 worse-off after the Chancellor’s planned changes to inflation measures. The boss of the BT Pension Scheme, Morten Nilsson, has slammed the rule changes as a ‘massive transfer of …

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Good governance or a green bubble? Investors pile into ethical funds

Investors have piled in to ethical funds in droves after the coronavirus pandemic forced British homes and businesses into lockdown earlier this year.  Between January and September a massive £7billion poured into environmental, social and corporate governance funds, up from £1.9billion over the same period a year earlier, according to …

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Keywords Studios enjoys double dose of good news

Keywords Studios showed the strength of the video games industry with a double dose of good news this week. The technical services provider, which boasts Nintendo and Google on its client roster, raised its adjusted pre-tax profit estimates to €52million, well above market expectations of €46million and the €40.9million posted …

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How to sort your lockdown Christmas shop

Christmas will be different for all of us this year, for obvious reasons.  More of us will be shopping for Christmas online, whether to avoid the shops or because we won’t be travelling and want to send items directly. What do you need to know to make the festive shopping …

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How much have property prices risen where you live since 2000?

Long-term homeowners could be sitting on a property goldmine as the average price of a home across Britain’s towns and cities in the last 20 years has soared by nearly 80 per cent, or nearly £100,000, new data reveals. Out of 50 towns and cities, Manchester has seen the biggest jump …

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