[ad_1] Former European Central Bank (ECB) chairman Mario Draghi saved the euro by promising to do “whatever it takes” to make the
[ad_1] Armed forces minister James Heappey conceded Liz Truss was “absolutely” forced into U-turning on her mini-budget by the economic chaos. He told Sky News:
[ad_1] The yields on UK government bonds have dropped sharply ahead of new Chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s emergency fiscal statement due to be
[ad_1] “Even if your scheme were to go bust, the Pension Protection Fund is there to step in and protect your benefits.”
[ad_1] Since then, that established momentum has carried the currency on a gentle but consistent growth path. As of 8.50pm on October
[ad_1] Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng’s backfiring mini-Budget would have triggered a £1.5 trillion meltdown in UK pensions, if the BoE hadn’t stepped in.
[ad_1] It is not the Bank of England’s job to bail out pension schemes, a former Treasury official has said, after the
[ad_1] As of 7.30pm on October 11, Sterling is still in recovery, having gained against the dollar. The rebound has carried the