The US Treasury yield curve flattened this week to a level not seen since before the financial crisis. As economic and political noise seems to get louder, should the way you invest change?
It wasn’t the UK’s first interest rate rise in a decade that stole the show, it was the cautious rhetoric it was packaged in. Chief Investment Officer Richard Flax looks at what the team have been analysing whilst managing your portfolios.
The Bank of England increased interest rates for the first time in a decade this week. What does this mean for savers, home owners and people looking to buy an annuity with their pension?
All signs are now pointing to a November rate rise, which will signal a step-change in the Bank of England’s thinking. But is it the right time?
Some experts are asking whether Central Banks really understand inflation. If they don’t, current attempts to control the economy might not just prove futile, but could affect growth going forward.
Could a simple ISA help you offset the impact of inflation?
Increasing income tax for the rich could help reduce levels of inequality in developed countries, without hurting economic growth, new research from the International Monetary Fund suggests.
When it comes to price, Brits often associate higher cost with better quality. But do more expensive funds translate into better performance?
The impact of policy and politics on financial markets refused to show any sign of abating in September. Head of Investment Consultants Will Hedden looks at what the team have been analysing whilst managing your portfolios.