UK Chancellor, Philip Hammond, currently on a trade mission to China, says that more than a billion pounds of trade and investment will be agreed at the 9th UK-China Economic and Financial Dialogue. Hammond will hold talks with Chinese Vice Premier Ma Kai, and in a statement, said that “both countries will reaffirm their commitment to developing a global partnership, establishing the next steps for a deeper trade and investment relationship as the UK builds an economy fit for the future”.
Zurich is making a play for the retirement market by more than halving its platform prices for larger portfolios, the company has announced. The percentage charged to investors with portfolios valued at more than £1m is cut dramatically from 0.22% to just 1%. And the entry-level for the top tier is being cut from £1m to £500,000 so that investors between those two figures will see a larger reduction, from 0.27% down to that 1% figure.
The Lord Mayor of the City of London led a delegation that visited the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) and the Dubai Islamic Economy Development Centre (DIEDC) to discuss areas of mutual interest in the financial services industry.
Hi @Uber_Support When I try to book a ride it says there is a problem with my payment method. I tried unsuccessfully to add it to my daughter’s phone yesterday when my phone died. Could that be the problem?
Hi @ArgosHelpers I bought a Sony DVD player (DVP-SR370) from you yesterday. I have opened it to find the cable to connect it to the TV is “not supplied”. Do you know how annoying this is, having taken a taxi to your store and back to buy the unit?! 😡
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Selecting a term
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