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2016 - My view

2016 - My view

Mark Dampier | 24 December 2015

Short-term predictions are notoriously difficult, but as ever there are some long-term themes investors should note as we move into the new year. Read article

Investing for income - variable yields up to 3.9%

Investing for income - variable yields up to 3.9%

Interest rates and bond yields remain low, but the yield on the UK stock market looks more attractive. We look at how best to invest in dividend-paying stocks. Read article




Neil Woodford: My views on interest rates and the economy

Neil Woodford: My views on interest rates and the economy

Exclusive: Fund manager Neil Woodford explains the links between ornithology and monetary policy and shares his view for 2016. Read article


How to get ahead next tax year

How to get ahead next tax year

Could your money work harder for you in 2016? Read article




China – a personal view

China – a personal view

Kate Marshall has been in China assessing the risks and opportunities for clients investing in the world's second largest economy. Read article


China - the passive option

China - the passive option

A different way to invest in China. Read article




Bond markets – a spectre of risk

Bond markets – a spectre of risk

David Smith explains what liquidity concerns in bond markets mean for investors. Read article


Will your pension be enough?

Will your pension be enough?

A recent study has given an insight into how much people actually spend in retirement. Is your pension on track to deliver the income you need? Read article

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