With a slew of digital-only options, is it time to ditch your old bank? We look at how Monzo, Starling and Revolut are challenging the old guard. Digital-only banks have become more established in the past few years, with a multitude of options. But is it time to ditch your High Street bank for one…Read More
Starting early can make an extraordinary difference to long-term wealth. Here are some options to help your children or grandchildren. Building a nest egg for a child or grandchild needn’t be a difficult process. But the earlier you start, the better the outcome will be for them. Not starting saving earlier in life is a common…Read More
From living longer to cruises of a lifetime – here are a few things you need to consider when saving for your retirement. There’s no one easy way to calculate how much you’ll need to get by in retirement, as everyone has different goals and aims for how they want to enjoy it. However, there are…Read More
Savings lotteries have become more prevalent in recent times as banks look to incentivise saving without offering better rates. But are they any good? Nationwide Building Society has launched a new lottery for customers, which automatically enrols them in a monthly prize draw where one lucky winner can scoop £100,000. How does it compare to…Read More
Last week was broadly positive for markets, as the MSCI All Country World Index (ACWI) of global stocks rallied +1.8% in GBP terms. It was a mixed bag beneath the surface, with European Equities and US tech stocks driving the rally while UK and Emerging Markets were more muted and Chinese markets were down. Both…Read More
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) published its latest economic outlook last week. There were no hidden surprises in the 221 pages, whose narrative echoed that the pandemic continues to cast a long shadow over the world’s economies, with the silver lining being an improved prospect for the global economy due to vaccinations…Read More
Inflationary pressures continue to be one of the leading concerns with strong expectations that there is significant pent-up demand for goods and services as economies start to unlock from lockdowns. However, European Central Bank policymakers stated they saw no evidence of sustained inflationary pressure. Should there be strong spending activity in the coming months, we…Read More
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