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Category: Investing and saving

Inflation, interest rates and government spending – what’s the latest?

Following the latest G7 meeting, George Trefgarne looks at the latest on inflation, interest rates and government spending, and what they could mean for investors.

George Trefgarne

23 Jun 2021 4 min read

Category: Markets

Brexit deal – what's next for the UK stock market?

With a Brexit deal almost finalised and the FTSE 100 so far making a strong start to 2021, we look at whether UK shares are undervalued and what could be next for the UK stock market.

George Trefgarne

07 Jan 2021 3 min read

Category: Markets

Brexit – what moving deadlines mean for stock markets and investors

Wild swings in the likelihood of a deal versus no-deal Brexit makes for tough decisions for investors in the UK stock market. Or does it?

Nadeem Umar

11 Dec 2020 3 min read

Category: Markets

What Brexit, Biden and vaccines mean for your money

We look at what Brexit, Biden and vaccines could mean for the stock market and investors.

Nadeem Umar

03 Dec 2020 3 min read

Category: Markets

Next steps in the US election – could stability be on the horizon?

A timeline of important events for investors.

George Trefgarne

18 Nov 2020 4 min read

Category: Markets

Brexit – next steps and the impact for investors

With the Brexit deadline looming, what should investors be thinking about next?

George Trefgarne

16 Nov 2020 4 min read

Category: Markets

Lockdown 2.0 – will this time be different for the UK stock market?

We look at what a second lockdown could mean for the stock market.

William Ryder

12 Nov 2020 3 min read

Category: Investing and saving

Lockdown 2.0 – 4 ways lockdown can give us more, from less

We’ve learnt a lot from the first lockdown. Here are four ways we can use what we’ve learnt and get more from less in a second lockdown.

Laura Burridge

10 Nov 2020 3 min read