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

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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

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

Earnings season: what’s in store?

Investors look through hurricane impact.

Tom Stevenson
Tom Stevenson
12 Oct 2017