Cryptocurrency product ban | Money – The Times

The Financial Conduct Authority is to ban the sale to retail customers of financial products derived from crypto-currencies from January 6 because it says they are not suited for personal investors and can’t be reliably valued. It also warned about abuse and crime in the secondary cryptocurrency market.

Getting ready for the next phase
Two out of five people over 55 say their homes will need to be adapted for later life, with the average revamp bill expected to be just over £8,000. Improvements include installing wet rooms and stair lifts. Nearly a third of people expect to spend more than £10,000, says the equity release specialist Key.

Tonik customers join Scottish Power
Scottish Power has been appointed to take on the 130,000 homes previously


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