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On Twitter today; Credit Suisse reveals plans for Revolut and N26 challenger bank rival. The ONS has completed a survey covering all UK industry sectors and found 96% of business reported they were currently trading. BP take £850m stake in two offshore wind farms, in a deal with Equinor.
Credit Suisse is launching a rival to Revolut and N26.
— City A.M. (@CityAM) September 10, 2020
A new ONS survey reveals across all industries 96% of businesses reported they were currently trading.
— Office for National Statistics (ONS) (@ONS) September 10, 2020
BP take £850m stake in two offshore wind farms that are being developed by Equinor.
BP takes $1.1bn stake in offshore wind farms as it agrees Equinor deal https://t.co/H0zSS7yJz2
— Guardian Money (@guardianmoney) September 10, 2020
‘A boom for whom?’ The FT takes a deep dive into housing market activity. Check out IFA Magazines talk to an industry expert for his take, here.
— George Hammond (@GeorgeNHammond) September 10, 2020
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors gave the green light for UK property funds to reopen on September 9th. Whilst most funds stay frozen, St James’s Place ‘bucks the trend.’
And finally, global ETF Assets reach $7trn (£5.4trn) following $428bn (£328bn) invested this year.
— Investment Week (@InvestmentWeek) September 10, 2020
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