Happy New Year! Catch up with what’s been happening over the Christmas break with our latest actuarial news round-up…
In the first three days of 2019 top bosses will have earned more than the typical worker will earn all year, according to a report.
The video games sector is now worth £3.864bn, meaning that it is a larger market than video and music combined.
Apple shares lost more than 9% of their value on Wall Street after the company admitted in its first revenue warning to investors since 2002 that it was being badly affected by weaker growth.
The Treasury has appointed two women to the Bank of England’s financial policy committee, the chancellor announced on Thursday. It comes after the central bank was criticised for allowing gender diversity to go into reverse at senior levels.
The Competition and Markets Authority found that nearly 12 million people in the UK are charged a higher price than new customers when they renew their home insurance policies.