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How to weather further storms in 2020

Investment opportunity exists when you know where to look

Emma-Lou Montgomery
Emma-Lou Montgomery
10 Feb 2020

The final countdown to the UK’s EU exit

The 47 year relationship ends at 11pm tonight

Emma-Lou Montgomery
Emma-Lou Montgomery
31 Jan 2020

Coronavirus: lessons learned from the past

We look at how the coronavirus outbreak might impact world markets

Graham Smith
Graham Smith
30 Jan 2020

Google: a $1trillion empire built on a simple idea

Google’s parent company Alphabet passed the $1trillion market cap mark last week, further cementing tech’s place at the top of the global business tree.

Ed Monk
Ed Monk
21 Jan 2020

2019 - the year the environment went mainstream

Record year for renewables in the UK

Jonathan Wright
Jonathan Wright
23 Dec 2019

Unemployment rate at 44 year low

Employers have continued to hire despite Brexit uncertainty

Jonathan Wright
Jonathan Wright
18 Dec 2019

Johnson cancels honeymoon

Cliff-edge Brexit is back on the radar

Tom Stevenson
Tom Stevenson
17 Dec 2019

Election result: what you need to know

Big Conservative majority reshapes the political landscape

Tom Stevenson
Tom Stevenson
13 Dec 2019

What investors know now the election is over - and what they don’t

Did you get what you wanted from the Christmas election?

Ed Monk
Ed Monk
13 Dec 2019

‘Point of no return’ as climate change crisis heats up

World leaders and climate change experts meet amid growing need for action

Emma-Lou Montgomery
Emma-Lou Montgomery
03 Dec 2019

Con majority: winners and losers

Latest polling points to a decisive Tory win

Tom Stevenson
Tom Stevenson
28 Nov 2019

Whoever you vote for this election, Britain is going green

The risk of voter fatigue as Britain heads to the polls next month looks low right now, even as voters prepare for a third general election inside five years.

Graham Smith
Graham Smith
27 Nov 2019

Markets shrug off Labour’s manifesto

Subdued reaction says one of two things

Ed Monk
Ed Monk
26 Nov 2019

Conservatives pin hopes on ‘safety first’ tax plans

Tories’ timid plans on tax and spending draw a clear dividing line with Labour

Ed Monk
Ed Monk
25 Nov 2019

Labour’s radical manifesto

What could a Labour government mean for investors?

Jonathan Wright
Jonathan Wright
22 Nov 2019

Labour’s economic plans: a preview

John McDonnell’s speech trails key manifesto measures

Tom Stevenson
Tom Stevenson
21 Nov 2019

Election 2019: preparing for a new era in politics

While the waves didn’t exactly part for them this week, the chances of electoral success for the Conservatives at next month’s general election certainly seemed to improve.

Graham Smith
Graham Smith
15 Nov 2019

Recession off the cards as markets look on bright side

Economic growth is slowing but no one told investors

Ed Monk
Ed Monk
11 Nov 2019

Election 2019: more uncertainty

Investors are unlikely to get the clarity they crave

Tom Stevenson
Tom Stevenson
30 Oct 2019

What will a general election mean for markets?

The effect of elections over the last 30 years

Tom Stevenson
Tom Stevenson
29 Oct 2019

Don’t be caught by state pension delays

A large group of women born in the 1950s were recently given the bad news that their efforts to fight delays in their state pension have been rejected by the High Court.

Ed Monk
Ed Monk
23 Oct 2019

Look beyond the headlines for Brexit impact

If you don’t like the current headlines about Brexit, just wait a few minutes.

Ed Monk
Ed Monk
22 Oct 2019

House prices still feeling Brexit pressure

With only a matter of weeks to go until the UK’s scheduled departure from the EU, uncertainty over the nature of the withdrawal is keeping a cap on the nation’s house prices.

Daniel Lane
Daniel Lane
17 Oct 2019

I’m turning 30, here’s how I’m planning for the long term

What you can do now to help your future self

Daniel Lane
Daniel Lane
29 Aug 2019

Adult children stuck in the nest

ONS survey shows the challenges facing young people

Daniel Lane
Daniel Lane
21 Feb 2019

What if Brexit is called off?

Preparing for all eventualities

Graham Smith
Graham Smith
20 Feb 2019

Jobs and wages boost

But should UK investors care?

Tom Stevenson
Tom Stevenson
19 Feb 2019

The Brexit Budget

The Chancellor plays a limited hand with skill

Tom Stevenson
Tom Stevenson
29 Oct 2018

Wage growth falls - again

Stagnating pay packets bring little Christmas cheer for consumers

Maike Currie
Maike Currie
15 Nov 2017

Inflation: has it peaked?

Rising prices add to the UK’s woes but the worst may now be over

Tom Stevenson
Tom Stevenson
15 Nov 2017

Retailers: time for some Christmas cheer?

Squeezed UK shoppers reduce their spending

Maike Currie
Maike Currie
07 Nov 2017

Black Monday: 30 years on

There are some parallels but no reason to expect a repeat of 1987.

Tom Stevenson
Tom Stevenson
18 Oct 2017