ArchivesMagazine - 28 Feb 2019New accounting rule could have a big impact on corporate net debt levels We explain what the change means for certain sectors including supermarkets and pubs 28 February 2019|Talking Point Issue: 28 Feb 2019 - Page 18 < Devro’s shares start to recover Electric energy plays > Issue: 28 Feb 2019 - Page 18 | Contents Next: Electric energy plays Previous: Devro’s shares start to recover Find out how to deal online from £1.50 in a SIPP, ISA or Dealing account. Ian Conway Issue Contents Editor's View When will it be deal time again for the big miners? Feature A simple guide to pension tax rules How much do you need to save for a good retirement? How do SIPPs work and are they right for me? Great Ideas Snap up services group UDG before the market spots recovery signs Murray vies to become core holding for income investors Great Ideas Update Devro’s shares start to recover Euromoney shrugs off stake sale reports BAE Systems hit by German export ban RELX continues to deliver steady growth McBride margins wiped out by rising costs Investment Trusts Should you buy investment trusts with high charges? Main Feature Electric energy plays News Uber Eats could bid for Just Eat, says analyst Don’t chase Acacia Mining in hope of Tanzania resolution Are shareholders being short-changed by private equity deals? Will there be a supermarket sweep for Sainsbury’s and Asda? Barclays’ beat puts activist Bramson on the back foot Russ Mould Everything you need to know about modern monetary theory Talking Point New accounting rule could have a big impact on corporate net debt levels Under The Bonnet Frontier Developments’ shares have halved: is it now time to buy?