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May 26 - Markets closed

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As WEF Says, Pension Ages Simply Must Rise As We All Live Longer
The World Economic Forum has told us that pension ages must rise as lifespans increase. And they're entirely correct too. The tensions between 30 or 40 year working lives and 30 or 40 year retirements mean that we simply cannot in fact do that.
Work until you drop or be called an ageing skiver  
Pensions are sitting on a global time bomb, warns WEF  
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The bank holiday weekend has been made even better with hot weather across most of the UK, making it the perfect time for a barbecue.
British Land Company PLC logo British Land Company PLC (LON:BLND) had its price target boosted by equities researchers at Goldman Sachs Group Inc from GBX 707 ($9.20) to GBX 725 ($9.43) in a research note issued on Friday, May 12th.
Moody's Investors Service's decision to downgrade Hong Kong's debt rating last week was based on “shallow” evidence, Hong Kong Financial Secretary Paul Chan wrote in a blog on Sunday.
NEW YORK, May 26 (Reuters) - The dollar rose on Friday after upbeat U.S. gross domestic product data, while sterling suffered its worst fall since mid-January after a poll showed a narrowing lead for the ruling Conservatives before elections next month.
Washington • Now that federal regulators have released their official proposal to repeal the government's net neutrality rules, Democrats are vowing, Churchill-style, to fight that measure in the courts, at the Federal Communications Commission and in ...

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