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Wednesday Papers: Capita fails to win central government contracts

And sting in the tail for Melrose shareholders as they are left with bigger than expected debt from GKN takeover.

Overnight Markets: US stocks slide amid rising bond yields

Technology and industrial stocks pressured major indexes, with Alphabet, Facebook, 3M and Caterpillar all falling more than 3.5%.

Bookies slump as £2 stake limit on terminals looms

Shares in bookmakers tumble as The Times reports chancellor has agreed to £2 stake limit on controversial fixed-odds betting terminals.

Exclusive: pensions minister urges self-employed to start saving

Pensions minister Guy Opperman has said that the government is still committed to its manifesto pledge to help the self-employed save for retirement, but in the meantime has urged the self-employed to start pension saving.

LGIM regional sales head moves to Chelmsford IFA

Chelmsford-based advice firm TFP Financial Planning has recruited a Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) head of regional sales as a financial planner at the firm.

Aviva apologises for sending false 10% drop messages to IFAs

In Aviva’s latest platform malfunction, advisers have been sent a false notification that their clients’ portfolios have dropped by more than 10%.

SJP on course for 20% growth target as inflows hit £3.9bn

A total of £3.9 billion of new client money was invested in SJP's propositions at the start of 2018, an increase of 21% on last year as the company looks to grow by 20% in terms of gross inflows.

Tuesday Papers: Digital ad revenue boosts Alphabet

And geopolitical storms threaten $100 oil as US shale struggles to plug the gap.

Overnight Markets: Wall Street ends little changed as US yields rise

Alcoa slumped 14% as the Treasury Department said it has extended its wind-down period for dealing with Rusal.

St George's Day: 15 award winning firms from across England

As England celebrates St George's day, we take a look at 15 top IFA firms who have taken home awards at our annual ceremony in the last three years.

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9 Comments Play Exclusive: pensions minister urges self-employed to start saving

Exclusive: pensions minister urges self-employed to start saving

Pensions minister Guy Opperman has said that the government is still committed to its manifesto pledge to help the self-employed save for retirement, but in the meantime has urged the self-employed to start pension saving.

23 Comments Play Webb: I was not reassured after 1825 bought my IFA

Webb: I was not reassured after 1825 bought my IFA

After Standard Life's consolidator arm 1825 bought out his financial adviser, Steve Webb reveals his concerns about restricted advice and product recommendations.

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1 Comment Adviser profile: Martin Cawley of Devonshire Wealth Management

Adviser profile: Martin Cawley of Devonshire Wealth Management

Martin Cawley of Devonshire Wealth Management says cashflow modelling still marks new model firms out from the majority of UK advisers.