Short financial reports help the share price

Short financial reports are more effective than long ones. Long reports: bouncy shares Companies reporting their financial results with long and wordy documents are more likely to have volatile share prices, reports The Times. Analysis can’t see the wood for the trees.The length of the financial report is the dominant factor in the movement of

The Times’ spelling bee

A headline in The Times, page 49 today: “Public prosecutor can issue arrrest (sic) warrant”.  With my mild dyslexia I often have to look at the typos published in Private Eye several times to get them.  But this one just leapt off the page. Three “r’s” in arrest? Is that coded message from the The