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AP launches new video content exchange platform

The Associated Press has launched a live video content and service exchange platform to help provide live coverage of breaking news and events around the world. AP Live Community helps to connect live … Continue reading “AP launches new video content exchange platform”


France seeking veto over post-Brexit UK clearing houses

France is seeking to give European Union regulators a veto over how Britain supervises Euro-denominated trades in UK-based clearing houses after Brexit. In June, a draft law was prepared by the European Commission … Continue reading “France seeking veto over post-Brexit UK clearing houses”


Huawei reveals new Kirin 970 phone chip

Huawei has unveiled a powerful new mobile phone chip, the Kirin 970. The chip will increase competition between Huawei and its major competitors, Apple and Samsung. The Kirin 970 is technically a chipset, … Continue reading “Huawei reveals new Kirin 970 phone chip”


Economists do not expect interest rate rise until 2019

A survey of economists has revealed that UK interest rates are not expected to rise until 2019, despite inflation being above the Bank of England’s target. A BBC survey found that the majority … Continue reading “Economists do not expect interest rate rise until 2019”


UK unemployment falls to record low

The percentage of households with no adults in employment has fallen to a record low of 14.5%, according to data released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS). Almost 3 million households housing … Continue reading “UK unemployment falls to record low”


Loganair relaunches with improved customer service

After almost 25 years of operating as a franchisee, Scottish airline Loganair will commence running flights in its own right from 1 September 2017. From 1994 to 2007 Loganair operated as a franchisee … Continue reading “Loganair relaunches with improved customer service”


Investment advisory costs rise 17% in three years

Asset management has become less profitable as investment advisory costs rise while management fees fall, according to a new report from fund research body Fitz Partners. According to the ‘Investment Advisory Fee Benchmarking … Continue reading “Investment advisory costs rise 17% in three years”


Millennials Reject Workplace Pension Opt Out

Millennials have embraced the new automatic enrolment in a workplace pension, according to research by Royal London. A survey found that 71% of Millennials decided not to opt out of the plan. A … Continue reading “Millennials Reject Workplace Pension Opt Out”


Can online estate agencies disrupt an entrenched property industry?

Offline agents have for a long time dominated the real estate industry and led many people to believe that they are unshakable. The revolution on how people buy and sell property began like … Continue reading “Can online estate agencies disrupt an entrenched property industry?”


How Might the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement Affect Landlords?

The year 2016 has definitely been a turbulent one for Britons, especially landlords. The property market is still reeling from the result of the EU referendum in addition to some of the new … Continue reading “How Might the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement Affect Landlords?”


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