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Chief executive of the FCA, Andrew Bailey, has sent a letter to CEO’s of companies, in which he warned them that they must make it clear to their investors whether their preference shares can be redeemed for less than the market price.
The annual UK inflation rate has fallen from 2.7% in February to 2.5%. According to data from the Office for National Statistics, the current consumer price inflation is the lowest the UK has had in a year.
It was expected by analysts for the rate of inflation to remain unchanged. However, with this change there is speculation as to whether the Bank of England will now push forward a widely expected increase in interest rates in May.
After a year-long wage squeeze, this morning the release of the UK labour market report shows pay finally overtaking inflation in the UK.
Figures from the Office for National Statistics show basic earnings have risen by 2.8% per year in the three months to February. Rising a little faster than inflation, which dipped to 2.7% in February. Not a massive difference, but the first time in a year that wage has risen faster than cost of living, resulting in real wages growing by 0.1%.
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