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China blue-chips lower on cooling economy; Hong Kong flat

* Xi Jinping to mark 40th anniversary of reform and opening Tue ...
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Bank of England warns no deal could be a disaster

As Theresa May fights to save her Brexit deal, the Bank of England has warned that a no-deal could cause an immediate economic crash, GDP to fall by 8% and unemployment to rise to 7.5%....
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Nuisance call bosses face £500,000 fines

New rules will target directors of companies who make unsolicited calls to consumers....
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Legal & General plots sale of insurance arm

Legal & General is considering the £300m sale of its home and contents insurance operations, according to Sky News....
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FCA under fire over Lloyds compensation scheme

A group representing small firms says there is no oversight of a scheme for fraud victims....
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Lord Sugar hires his Apprentice for 2018

Did swimwear designer Sian Gabbidon or nut milk entrepreneur Camilla Ainsworth win?...
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SE Asia Stocks-Most slide after weak Chinese data; Singapore bounces

Most Southeast Asian stocks fell on Monday as risk appetite was curbed after poor economic data from China, while Singaporean shares shook off losses from the previous session as investors sought bargains. Singaporean stocks climbed 1.4 percent, led by financial stocks, following a 1.1 slump that made them the region's worst performer on Friday...
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FS Focus magazine

The magazine of the Financial Services Faculty is published 11 times a year for members, stakeholders and key associates of the Financial Services Faculty. ...
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HS2: MPs had 'enormously wrong' cost estimate, says whistleblower

A former HS2 boss says an early cost estimate MPs had was wrong by hundreds of millions of pounds....
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Manual on agricultural tenancies

Solicitors Mills and Reeve have just published the fourth edition of their manual on agricultural tenancies. ...
[17th December 2018 ICAEW Farming ]
 
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Laura Ashley to close 40 UK stores amid a push into China

The British High Street store is struggling in the UK and wants to build its presence in China....
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Workplace reforms 'will protect gig economy workers'

"Gig economy" workers will be better protected by a package of reforms, the government says....
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Australia bank NAB's CEO to take 2-month holiday around inquiry report release

National Australia Bank Ltd said on Monday its CEO will take about two months leave around the scheduled release of a major report into the country's finance sector, prompting a rebuke from a shareholder group. ...
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December 2018 RPA update – Breaking news

On 6 December the Rural Payments Agency (RPA) published an update detailing the payments which will be issued in December/January 2018....
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Read moreFS Focus magazine

The magazine of the Financial Services Faculty is published 11 times a year for members, stakeholders and key associates of the Financial Services Faculty.
17th December 2018 ICAEW Finance

Read moreHS2: MPs had 'enormously wrong' cost estimate, says whistleblower

A former HS2 boss says an early cost estimate MPs had was wrong by hundreds of millions of pounds.
17th December 2018 BBC Business News

Read moreLord Sugar hires his Apprentice for 2018

Did swimwear designer Sian Gabbidon or nut milk entrepreneur Camilla Ainsworth win?
17th December 2018 BBC Business News

Read moreLaura Ashley to close 40 UK stores amid a push into China

The British High Street store is struggling in the UK and wants to build its presence in China.
17th December 2018 BBC Business News

Read moreFCA under fire over Lloyds compensation scheme

A group representing small firms says there is no oversight of a scheme for fraud victims.
17th December 2018 BBC Business News

Read moreWorkplace reforms 'will protect gig economy workers'

"Gig economy" workers will be better protected by a package of reforms, the government says.
17th December 2018 BBC Business News

Read moreNuisance call bosses face £500,000 fines

New rules will target directors of companies who make unsolicited calls to consumers.
17th December 2018 BBC Business News

Read moreChina blue-chips lower on cooling economy; Hong Kong flat

* Xi Jinping to mark 40th anniversary of reform and opening
Tue


17th December 2018 Reuters - Financial Services

Read moreAustralia bank NAB's CEO to take 2-month holiday around inquiry report release

National Australia Bank Ltd
said on Monday its CEO will take about two months leave
around the scheduled release of a major report into the
country's finance sector, prompting a rebuke from a shareholder
group.


17th December 2018 Reuters - Financial Services

Read moreSE Asia Stocks-Most slide after weak Chinese data; Singapore bounces

Most Southeast Asian stocks fell on
Monday as risk appetite was curbed after poor economic data from
China, while Singaporean shares shook off losses from the
previous session as investors sought bargains.
Singaporean stocks climbed 1.4 percent, led by
financial stocks, following a 1.1 slump that made them the
region's worst performer on Friday.


17th December 2018 Reuters - Financial Services