Monthly Archives: November 2022

Rivals row over deal for failed energy firm Bulb

Octopus Energy’s acquisition of collapsed energy firm Bulb could be delayed by a legal fight.

Train cancellations: ‘Some days I spend more on travel than I earn’

One in every 26 trains has been cancelled this year, which on top of strikes are adding to passengers’ woes.

Royal Mail postal workers begin fresh two-day strike

The action is the latest in a series of walkouts and will affect deliveries of letters and parcels.

Driving examiners across UK to stage strikes over pay

The PCS union says driving examiners and rural payment officers will strike in December and January.

Train strikes: Pub boss warns walkouts could ruin Christmas plans

The Fuller’s boss says festive parties could be cancelled without a speedy resolution to the dispute.

Stock Market Rally Awaits Fed Chief Powell, Key Economic Data; Apple Extends Slide

November 2022 Best of the Web

I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving! It was a wild month in the finance world and I had a hard time narrowing down my selections. Resources cover topics that are always important to readers of this blog including

A Beginner’s Guide to the FIRE Movement

Over the last decade, the FIRE (Financial Independence Retire Early) Movement has exploded in popularity. And it’s not hard to see why.

Energy bills: ‘We cut back but our direct debits trebled’

Many households are seeing their energy bills going up despite the power they use going down.

Christmas savings clubs help spread the festive costs

How small businesses are using savings clubs to help customers spread the cost of Christmas