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    Asset Allocation Observatory: UK election special

    By Richard Flax, Moneyfarm Chief Investment Officer The Prime Minister has called a General Election for 4 July, with Labour ahead by around 20% in the polls. Given that lead, a sizable Labour majority is overwhelmingly the most likely outcome. Opposition parties don’t usually lead by 20% if the country is in a happy place. […]

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    Market Pulse – Nvidia: Chips on the table

    Welcome to the first edition of Market Pulse, your indispensable guide to all the latest market-moving events. In the calendar  Monday: Earnings: Palo Alto Networks, Zoom. Tuesday: Canada inflation (April), Australia’s central bank minutes. Earnings: XPeng. Wednesday: UK inflation (April), US central bank minutes, Japan trade balance (April). Earnings: Nvidia, Snowflake, Synopsys. Thursday: Germany manufacturing […]

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    Discover our new and improved performance analysis tools

    At Moneyfarm, our mission is to make finance more simple and accessible for everyone. We believe that all investors, regardless of their experience or financial background, should have the tools and insights they need to make informed decisions about their investments. That’s why we’re excited to announce a series of new features to our investment […]

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    Can I withdraw my pension before turning 55?

    With so many people asking, “Can I withdraw my pension before turning 55,” we thought we would address this in an article to help inform readers about the rules regarding pension release, taxation, and when and how much you can withdraw. Please note that Moneyfarm does not offer this service. While we strive to provide […]

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    UK economy – improving from a low base

    We thought a couple of events in the UK last week were worth commenting on—an interest rate decision from the BoE and UK GDP data. First, the Bank of England left its policy rate unchanged. That was widely expected by investors. Two members of the Bank of England voted to lower rates – one more […]

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    Your May market update

    By Moneyfarm Chief Investment Officer Richard Flax After a strong first quarter for equities, equity markets have been a bit more subdued over the past few weeks. That’s partly driven by questions about the outlook for interest rates. At the start of the year, investors expected policy rates to fall quite sharply during 2024. But […]

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    ESG investments: Too many unjustified doubts?

    By Michele Morra, Moneyfarm Portfolio Manager  Data and investor preferences refute pessimism As with all investing, your capital is at risk. The value of your portfolio with Moneyfarm can go down as well as up and you may get back less than you invest. You should seek financial advice if you are unsure about investing. […]

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