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Universal Credit has kept millions afloat throughout 2020 as the pandemic raged on. The government focused on this state benefit in its efforts to fight back the economic impact of coronavirus, with Rishi Sunak increasing their
Many women affected by changes to the state pension age have no doubt been left disappointed this week, after three Court of Appeal judges ruled that up to four million women had not been discriminated against when their state pension age was altered to be in line with men.
Following the unanimous verdict, the founder of the campaign group Backto60, Joanne Welch, described the decision as "unconscionable". For more reaction to this judgement, click on the first story below.
It’s Pension Awareness Day and the NPC are backing the campaign to raise awareness as research from @MoneyPensionsUK shows over half of recent retirees wish they’d started planning their retirement finances earlier.
3 million over-50s will leave planning retirement finances to final two years before stopping work
Over a third of over-50s leave
Instead of facing up to its role in Amazon deforestation, the supermarket just launched a defensive ad campaign on social media.  They’re posting misleading claims about being on course to hit their ‘target of zero deforestation for soy animal feed through certification’.
Tesco might hope that people won’t care enough to read the details, so here’s
For the first time in a decade, Chinese outbound mergers and acquisitions have fallen below inbound M&A as scrutiny of Chinese investment has increased by recipient countries including the US, Sweden, France, Germany and Australia. At the same time, however, western firms have been piling into China, with announced foreign
Gold markets rallied a bit during the trading session on Monday, as the $1675 level continues offer support. The 50 day EMA is just above, so that is something worth paying attention to as well. If we can break above the 50 day EMA, which is currently at the $1700 level, then I think it is highly likely the gold will try to recover towards the top of the range, perhaps as high as $1750. I also see a short-term resistance barrier in the form