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Brazilian and Indian Growth Paths Diverge
Craig Botham, Emerging Markets Economist at Schroders, gives his view on today's GDP numbers, which show contrasting fortunes of emerging market heavyweights, Brazil and India.
Britain's Success Depends on Recognising and Unlocking Talent, Regardless of Background, Says KPMG
David Gardner, Director of Public Policy at KPMG UK, comments on the report published today by the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission (SMCP) into the diversity of educational institutions in the professions and public life.
CMOs: Time for digital transformation or risk being left on the sidelines
Digital disruption is here and CMOs know it, but it's time to do more - based on the Accenture Interactive 2014 CMO Insights Survey, CMOs are selling themselves short.
Consumers Frustrated by Unauthorised Overdraft Fees
Ahead of the publication of a wide ranging Which? report on the state of the credit market, Which? calls on banks to Stop Sneaky Fees and Charges on unauthorised overdrafts, as more than two thirds of users say charges are too high or unfair.
Deloitte Comments on 20th Anniversary of the Sunday Trading Act 1994
Ian Geddes, head of retail at Deloitte, comments on the 20th anniversary of the Sunday Trading Act 1994.
Deloitte Launches Tech Trends 2014 Report
Professional services firm, Deloitte has launched its fifth annual Tech Trends report highlighting 10 technological trends that could have an impact on business over the next 18 to 24 months.
Eurozone Unemployment (July 2014) and Consumer Price Inflation (August 2014)
Data released today by Eurostat show that the Eurozone's consumer price inflation rate has fallen further, dropping to 0.3% in August from 0.4% in July.
FCA Publishes Update on PPI Work – Firms Have Improved Complaints Handling and Are Reopening Two and a Half Million Old Complaints to Ensure Fair Redress Is Paid
n an update on its Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) redress work, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has reported that firms have improved the way they handle complaints.
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