CA daily briefing: Thursday 15 April
Your essential briefing of the morning's top news stories.
The latest from ICAS
James Barbour, Director, Policy Leadership highlights the ongoing debate on internal controls.
Today's top stories from around the web
- Asda to axe 1,200 bakery jobs as shoppers shun loaves (BBC News)
- Financial services optimism rebounds at fastest rate in eight years (City AM)
- FTSE 100 rises on miners boost, midcaps hit record high (Reuters)
- CowCredits: Firm behind low methane cattle feed launches CO2 offsetting scheme (Sky News)
- Almost 40% of UK workers ‘get less than a week’s notice of shift patterns’ (The Guardian)
- HMRC to contact self employed claimants for grant four SEISS applications (Accountancy Daily)
- US poised to impose sanctions on Russia for cyber-attacks (BBC News)
- ‘Fat finger’ trade briefly bumps £3bn off Barclays’ value (City AM)
- UK finance lobby urges rules rethink to unlock capital for COVID-19 recovery (Reuters)
- Deliveroo doubles orders during latest Covid lockdown (The Guardian)
That's all for today. Check back tomorrow for your Friday briefing.