Mark Carney will be joined by the Bank's executive director of markets, Paul Fisher, when he gives evidence on Tuesday. Photograph: Horacio Villalobos/Corbis.
ALLIANCE TRUST, one of Scotland's oldest investment houses, has painted an upbeat picture for investors in 2014 despite the ongoing geopolitical uncertainty.
Marks & Spencer is to offer a mass market 'no fees' current account backed by a �100 gift card sweetener in a move that threatens to break up the big bank monopoly.
They have long been a bastion of middle class kitchens but suffered a fall in popularity after the recession as their expensive fuel guzzling took its toil on squeezed household finances.
George Osborne's tax and benefit changes have hit women almost four times as hard as men, according to new research which threatens to compound the Conservative Party's unpopularity among women.