LONDON (Reuters) - British companies plan to cautiously relax their grip on pay in 2015, but rises will be limited by higher costs for holiday pay and workplace pensions, as well as weak productivity growth, the Confederation of British Industry said on Monday ...
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares took their cues from Wall Street and kicked off a holiday-shortened week on a strong footing on Monday, while the euro touched a fresh two-year low against the greenback on divergent monetary policy expectations.
Senior workers in London's financial services sector are expecting an average 21% rise in their bonus payouts for this year, a survey found.
Middle-class households fork out more in taxes than they get back from the state, with top earners paying the Treasury �30,000 more than they receive in handouts.
A currency trader who vanished with �130 million in an alleged fraud lured investors by letting them think he was the multi-billionaire owner of Tottenham Hotspur FC, it was claimed.