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Office workers in the City of London, on the day of the government deregulation of financial markets known as the Big Bang, 27th October 1986. New laws changed the operation of the London Stock Exchange and allowed for electronic trading. (Photo by Georges De Keerle/Getty Images)
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Peer-to-peer body to ban institutional ‘cherry-picking’

Banks and asset managers pouring millions into sector

Pension fears for 1990s divorcees

New pensions freedoms could affect settlements

Loophole hope for Liberty investors

Promoter points to earlier ruling in its favour

New housing starts rise by 31 per cent

Housebuilding at highest rate since 2007

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Chart that tells a story — deflation

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Asian manager Pidcock quits Newton

‘Rising star’ will start a fund at Jupiter

Yorkshire deal is cheapest two-year fix

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FT Money won Financial National Title of the Year at the Santander UK Financial Media Awards 2014

FT Money was named Publication of the Year for 2014 by the CFA Society of the UK

The team were also runners-up for Best Use of Social Media at the Santander Media Awards 2014

Pensions correspondent Josephine Cumbo was named Journalist of the Year for the national press by the Society of Pension Professionals