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Retirement: what are the extra costs of drawdown?

Ruth Richards | 3 September 2015

Retirement: what are the extra costs of drawdown?

More people are now choosing to access their pension flexibly with drawdown, but what are the costs and how do they vary between providers? Read article.


Supermarkets: what investors need to know

Supermarkets: what investors need to know

2 September 2015

Steve Clayton takes a look at the beleaguered supermarket sector, and the key factors likely to affect these companies. Read article.


Ask the experts: last week's most popular questions

Ask the experts: last week's most popular questions

17 August 2015

See which questions and topics our clients were asking about last week. Read article.


Lifetime allowance – how to prevent 55% tax on your pension

Lifetime allowance – how to prevent 55% tax on your pension

1 September 2015

The pension lifetime allowance is set to fall. We explain what investors can consider. Read article.


The dividend opportunity

The dividend opportunity

28 August 2015

Steve Clayton gives his views about why income seekers might be particularly interested by the recent market sell-off. Read article.


My view on the recent market sell-off - updated

My view on the recent market sell-off - updated

28 August 2015

Mark Dampier offers his opinions on falling global markets. Read article.


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Stock market reports

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London close: UK equities gain as ECB leaves door open on QE

(ShareCast News) - UK equities pushed higher on Thursday as the closure of Chinese markets gave worried investors a break and the European Central Bank kept the door open on further quantitative easing....


Europe close: Stocks push higher after ECB opens door to more stimulus


US open: Stocks extend gains after raft of economic data


Europe midday: Equity markets push higher ahead of ECB


Press round-up

Press round-up

Thursday newspaper round-up: IMF, Sports Direct, Christo Wiese

(ShareCast News) - Cuts to taxpayer support for business and higher charges for students are being drawn up, as Sajid Javid, business secretary, looks to reduce his budget by between 25-40 per cent. George Osborne, chancellor, and Mr Javid believe busines...

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