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Mole Valley fund house launches ‘Yorkshire T20’ portfolio

A ‘Yorkshire only’ portfolio is being pushed to affluent investors keen on supporting regional firms, including a Wetherby-based biotech developing a Covid-19 test. The York office of the Mole Valley fund house has launched the ‘Yorkshire T20’, with annual charges starting at 1.25 per cent – not including dealing and …

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More than two million staff sign up for furlough in two days

More than 2m furloughed workers have been signed up for taxpayer-funded wage subsidies in just two days. HM Revenue & Customs said a further 124,000 companies rushed to apply for the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme on Tuesday, its second day.  They lodged applications to support 900,000 staff, after laying them …

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JEFF PRESTRIDGE: End this attack on the finances of the nation’s

Although I normally have little time for the pontifications of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, its latest report on the financial health of this country’s middle class is required reading. It’s pretty grim stuff, certainly not a Lynda La Plante page turner.  But at the very least it …

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