CA daily briefing: Monday 23 November
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
Good morning, Andrew Harbison here to bring you your Monday morning briefing.
The latest from ICAS
HMRC’s new digital processes for authorising tax agents are causing problems for many agents and their clients. Susan Cattell outlines the ICAS strategy for getting authorisation right.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Sunak says Spending Review will not spell austerity (BBC News)
- FTSE opens higher on Astrazeneca and Oxford vaccine success (City AM)
- Barclays keeps 2021 oil price outlook, supported by vaccine boost (Reuters)
- JPMorgan sees possible $300bn rebalancing flow from stocks (Bloomberg)
- Covid cuts third-quarter dividends to lowest level since 2016 (The Guardian)
- Gyms and non-essential retail to reopen in lead-up to Christmas (Sky News)
- Merkel 'worried' about vaccines for poor countries (BBC News)
- London Lord Mayor says government ignored City of London in negotiations (City AM)
- UK's Cineworld gets further debt reprieve to ride out closures (Reuters)
- Germany agrees ‘historic’ mandatory boardroom quota for women (The Guardian)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Tuesday briefing.