This week’s roundup includes news that poverty is tightening its grip on poorer children according to research, more than 2.3 million installed smart meters are not functioning and pay-day loan complaints have reached a five-year high.

This week’s roundup includes news of an independent report urging for a basic income of £48 a week in the UK, Google ads promoting firms who charge extra for services and Purplebricks shares sliding as the Founder of the online estate agent quits.

This week’s roundup includes news of the impact of the failed Sainsbury’s-Asda merger, free-to-use cash machines vanishing across the UK and the fate of the 1p and 2p coins.

This week’s roundup includes news that the government has begun its hunt for a new Bank of England Governor, the US is ending Iran oil sanction exemptions and Tesla is aiming to bring self-driving taxis to the roads by next year.

This week’s roundup includes news that China’s economic growth has beaten forecasts, UK unemployment has fallen again and Mastercard may be facing a £14bn compensation claim.

This week’s roundup includes news that the EU has granted delay on Brexit until Halloween, Mike Ashley has reacted furiously to Debenhams entering administration and the world economy is in a “delicate” situation according to the IMF.

Some may find it helpful, some may find it frustrating and a lot of people are finding it confusing – but how is MIFID II effecting the cost of investing? Mike Deverell goes through the figures to breakdown the actual impact of this regulation.

This week’s roundup includes news the Prime Minister is seeking a Brexit breakthrough with the leader of the opposition, Boots has warned it is considering its future in the UK once it leaves the EU and food price inflation is near a six-year high.

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