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Category: Markets

How changes in sterling are affecting British businesses and personal finances

Sophie Lund-Yates and Ryan Kenny discuss the impact of Brexit on the stock market and currency, and what this could mean for your finances.

Sophie Lund-Yates & Ryan Kenny

12 Sep 2019 4m read

Category: Investing and saving

The hidden danger facing Cash ISA savers - and how to fix it

If you’re one of the 14.3 million Cash ISA savers suffering from a poor return on your money you may be happy to hear there is another option.

Jason Roberts

12 Sep 2019 3m read

Category: Investing and saving

You don’t have to be old or rich to have a pension

Starting a pension when you’re young or don’t have a high salary can seem daunting – but it doesn’t have to be. Nathan Long looks at the myths around when to start a pension and why every little helps.

Nathan Long

12 Sep 2019 3m read

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Category: Essentials

'My house is my pension.' The pension vs property debate

The number of people who prefer property is on the rise. We look at the benefits and drawbacks of both.

Nadeem Umar

11 Sep 2019 4m read

Category: Shares

30 years on from privatisation, what's next for the water utilities?

We look at whether talk about extra regulation and renationalisation is a cause for concern for investors.

George Salmon, Equity Analyst

11 Sep 2019 4m read

Category: Funds

Our monthly research roundup – seeing opportunity in times of crisis

Kate Marshall, Senior Investment Analyst, looks at what our investment team got up to in August.

Kate Marshall, Senior Investment Analyst

10 Sep 2019 3m read

Category: Investing and saving

I can’t pass my pension on to my loved ones - fact or fiction?

We bust one of the most common myths about what happens to your pension after you’re gone.

Nathan Long

10 Sep 2019 4m read

Category: Investing and saving

Spotted your dream property abroad? How the right plan could save you thousands

Find out how exchange rates affect the cost of buying a property abroad. Plus how you can shelter against falling rates or capture improvements.

Ryan Kenny

06 Sep 2019 4m read

Category: Investing and saving

Is the buy-to-let property market dead?

56% of landlords in England aren’t confident that property investment will provide an adequate return over the next ten years. We look at why, and an alternative.

Jason Roberts

05 Sep 2019 8m read

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Category: Newsroom

J D Wetherspoon posts higher profit as pub patrons defy Brexit gloom

Wetherspoon, like most restaurant chains in the country, has been battling increased costs due to a minimum wage hike, higher property prices and power bills.

13 Sep 2019 1m read

Category: Newsroom

Will ECB stimulus be enough to revive the eurozone?

The ECB will cut its deposit rate to a record low of -0.5% from -0.4.

13 Sep 2019 4m read

Category: Newsroom

Five things you need to know to start your day

Here's what's moving markets.

13 Sep 2019 3m read