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Bank of England asks banks how prepared are they for negative interest rates. Meanwhile, the FCA bans IFA directors over misleading Sipp Declarations.
OECD drafts principles for $100bn global corporate tax revolution.
OECD drafts principles for $100bn global corporate tax revolution https://t.co/YBMOEP8ukG
— Tabby Kinder (@Tabby_Kinder) October 12, 2020
Chinese stocks close to reaching an all-time high.
Chinese stocks are within 3% from a new all-time high. pic.twitter.com/TN4hKSfn30
— David Ingles (@DavidInglesTV) October 12, 2020
Jim Pickard comments on the marketing for the governments retraining campaign.
something particularly grim about the “she just doesn’t know it yet” pic.twitter.com/OxQFBlDf6G
— Jim Pickard (@PickardJE) October 12, 2020
UK unemployment figures released tomorrow, after ONS revisions.
Big revisions to the (slightly weird) UK unemployment figures coming tomorrow – probably indicating upward revisions because they've not been sampling enough renters (who are more likely to have suffered)
There won't be single month or weekly figures though… https://t.co/hDefdGQB37
— Chris Giles (@ChrisGiles_) October 12, 2020
FCA bans IFA directors over misleading Sipp declaration.
FCA bans IFA directors over misleading Sipp declarationshttps://t.co/PIRl3RElUk
— Money Marketing (@_moneymarketing) October 12, 2020
Bank of England signals negative interest rates.
BoE asks banks how ready they are for negative rates https://t.co/fms6poq9I0
— Financial Times (@FT) October 12, 2020
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