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In perspectives

Our UK experts offer their insights into global markets and investing.

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

Equal pay, equal pensions

The spending power of China’s consumers

Maike Currie Maike Currie
10 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

Inflation: the winners & losers

Five important things you should know about today’s inflation figure.

Maike Currie Maike Currie
17 Oct 2017

Earnings season: what’s in store?

Investors look through hurricane impact.

Tom Stevenson Tom Stevenson
12 Oct 2017


Whether you’re just starting to save, thinking about how to take money out of your pension, or working out how to make your income last, our UK experts offer their insights into the ever changing world of pensions.

Don’t underestimate the very old

Increasing life-expectancy is changing what the world looks like.

Ed Monk Ed Monk
19 Nov 2017

Why you’re not too young to start a pension

How to use youth to your advantage

Emma-Lou Montgomery Emma-Lou Montgomery
10 Nov 2017

Why tomorrow's pensioners should toast this Nobel prize winner

‘Nudge’ theory has created millions more pension savers.

Ed Monk Ed Monk
13 Oct 2017

Pension saving to keep more Child Benefit

Some parents can claw back lost Child Benefit if they save more for retirement.

Ed Monk Ed Monk
21 Sep 2017

Credit crunch 10 years on - the hidden cost of the crisis

The impact on those reaching retirement today

Ed Monk Ed Monk
31 Aug 2017

Children of the 70s made to wait for their pension

A faster rise in the state pension age has been confirmed.

Ed Monk Ed Monk
20 Jul 2017