Stephen Wright has a FTSE 250 stock he’s looking to buy. A falling share price and a growing business are a winning combination for our writer. The post 1 top FTSE 250 growth stock I’d buy in December appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
Legal & General shares offer FTSE 100-beating yields based on current dividend forecasts. Here's why I think it's a top stock for long-term investors. The post 8.1% yield! Here’s the Legal & General dividend forecast for 2022 and 2023 appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
These little-known high-yield shares are expected to provide dividend yields of 8% or more in 2023. Roland Head explains why he's bullish. The post 3 ‘hidden’ high-yield stocks to buy in December appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
Col John Blashford-Snell CBE, 86, is a former British Army officer and a renowned explorer and author. He has led more than 100 expeditions, including the first ever descent of the Ethiopian Blue Nile (1968), the first vehicle crossing of the Darien Gap between Panama and Colombia (1971‑72) and the navigation of almost all 2,700 miles of the Zaire (now Congo) River in Africa (1974‑75).
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Troops have been training to cover as firefighters and ambulance crews in the event of industrial action.
Consumer group Which? compared the prices of a shop consisting of 48 popular groceries at eight of the UK’s biggest supermarkets to find the cheapest.
It gave its customers low prices by making them wait. So why did the dream of affordable luxury end with a mountain of boxes in a Port Talbot warehouse?
We asked our freelance writers to reveal the top growth shares they’d buy in December, which included a rare double nomination for one stock... The post Best British growth stocks to buy for December appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
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Brussels is to overhaul rules on state aid amid fears Joe Biden's $430bn (£350bn) green technology energy subsidies risk sparking an exodus of cash from Europe.
Britain's government is launching a consultation into how to amend pension rules for workers in the National Health Service to help retain more staff, at a time when the sector faces strikes over pay this month that could halt some procedures. The governing Conservative Party has long promised to sort out a health service which has struggled to recover after being stretched to its limits during the COVID-19 pandemic and now faces strikes by thousands of nurses and ambulance workers. "The generous NHS Pension Scheme is one of the best in the country, but it's not working as it should for everyone," health minister Steve Barclay said in a statement.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) -The EU will adapt its state aid rules to prevent an exodus of investment triggered by a new U.S. green energy subsidy package, the bloc's chief executive said on Sunday. "Competition is good ... but this competition must respect a level playing field," European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said in a speech in the Belgian city of Bruges. "The (U.S.) Inflation Reduction Act should make us reflect on how we can improve our state aid frameworks and adapt them to a new global environment," she added.
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Forget boomers v millennials: is the real divide between people who inherit from their parents – and those who don’t?
The U.S. and the EU have so far sought to be conciliatory about the bill, saying last week they would seek to tackle the bloc's concerns about the package, known as the U.S. Inflation Reduction Act. EU members worry the $430 billion bill, with generous tax breaks for U.S. companies, may disadvantage European companies from car manufacturers to makers of green technology. Officials from both sides are due to address the issue at a meeting next week, but Bernd Lange, the chair of EU parliament's trade committee, said he no longer expects a negotiated solution as only small changes could still be agreed through talks.
Unite says many of the charity’s workers cannot afford to pay their rent.
Jon Smith reviews the JD Sports share price performance, given the fact that the FTSE 100 stock was a top performer last month. The post Why did this FTSE 100 company soar 26% in November? appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.
Observer investigation uncovers cases where people were told to sign up to a ‘zero deposit’ scheme as a condition of their tenancy
We asked our freelance writers to share the top dividend stocks they’d buy in December, with healthcare providers and housebuilders featured. The post Best British dividend stocks to buy for December appeared first on The Motley Fool UK.