Sounds scary. So what’s the big terrifying drop?
From £7.3 billion to £7 billion, predicts research done by the Centre for Economics and Business Research.
It’s lower than the £11.6 billion in bonuses distributed in London City during 2007, but not at all worrying considering that bonuses last year were well-received.
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