Legal & General (L&G) is to stop quarterly reporting in 2016, the company has confirmed.
The board has decided that ceasing quarterly reporting is in the best long-term interests of the company, shareholders and customers, a London Stock Exchange note said. L&G said its decision would "enhance...
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