European equity markets opened lower this morning in response to the shock uncertainty over the outcome of the US Presidential Election, with the as-yet unclear result set to create near-term volatility and myriad of different implications for the continent’s outlook.
Investors in Europe and betting firms had been pricing in a decisive victory for Democratic challenger Joe Biden, but a much closer contest than anticipated and incumbent President Donald Trump's suggestion...
Passporting remains an issue
House of Commons speech
Guy Stephens looks back on 2020 which has been dominated by uncertainly in the form of Covid, the US election and Brexit. With two out of three seemingly on the path to resolution, the UK's exit from Europe lingers. However, Brexit uncertainty is now...
Statement expected this afternoon
'Spent 18 months agonising'
Updated: DB schemes that provide GMPs must revisit and top-up historic CETVs 'where necessary' - landmark ruling
GMP equalisation litigation judgment
Cherry Reynard talks to New Talent Awards 2020 Financial Adviser of the Year Alex Johnston, who tells the story of his so-far short but unique career...
Confirmed intentions in May