BBC Business News

'I used to pull sickies every few months because of stress'

Almost half of Britons would fake a sick day, but very often it is due to mental health issues.

'Speak up': Lloyd's takes harassment crackdown to pubs

The insurance market is running a campaign urging staff to report sexual harassment - but will it work?

Thomas Cook's new owner creates 1,500 new jobs

About half of the new roles will be for apprentices in each of Hays Travel's 737 shops.

WeWork axes 2,400 staff globally

The move follows the dramatic collapse of the company's listing plans.

Investment Week Markets

Black Friday: It is not just shoppers hunting for value

Black Friday: It is not just shoppers hunting for value

As many shoppers are warming up their laptops and mobiles in preparation for bargain-hunting on Black Friday, it is a good time for investors to take a look at whether there are any bargain investments to be found in the market at present.

Wagstaff and Formica: Jupiter move was about getting back to something much more focused

Wagstaff and Formica: Jupiter move was about getting back to something much more focused

Jupiter Asset Management's CEO Andrew Formica and global head of distribution Phil Wagstaff speak to David Brenchley about their plans to refocus on their UK clients, growing without getting too complex and conversations with potential new fund managers.

Why 'extra caution' is required on interest rate and credit exposure

Why 'extra caution' is required on interest rate and credit exposure

2019 has been a stellar year for global bond markets, as weak global economic growth and low inflation have combined with ever more accommodative central banks to push global bond yields significantly lower.

The two factors needed for the rise in Europe's markets to continue

The two factors needed for the rise in Europe's markets to continue

Europe's stockmarkets are on average up more than 20% this year.

Managers rotate back to UK domestics ahead of General Election 'clarity'

Managers rotate back to UK domestics ahead of General Election 'clarity'

Fund managers have been increasing their exposure to domestic UK stocks ahead of the 12 December General Election in the expectation that a Conservative Party majority will deliver a resolution to Brexit and avert the economic fallout of a Labour victory, thereby creating a bullish environment for domestically exposed stocks.

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