The week in numbers

June 2014
Money Marketing;6/26/2014, Issue 1443, p14
The article presents statistics related to finance including the number of job losses at Partnership after a cost-cutting exercise, the level at which discounted fund deals will settle and the number of planned hires at Tilney Bestinvest.


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