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Chief Investment Officer Richard Flax explains why him and his team will be keeping a close eye on the Federal Reserve this month and outlines what this could mean for the financial markets.
The Bank of Mum and Dad are involved in 1/4 property purchases. With such generosity comes the risk of putting your financial future in jeopardy, however, so we’ve pulled together some tips to make it a little easier on the purse-strings.
Moneyfarm Chief Investment Officer Richard Flax gives his take on the latest market events and what could happen in the financial markets during 2019.
British politics isn’t having an easy ride, with recent defections from both Labour and the Conservatives. Is this political turmoil significant for financial markets, though?
There are a number of financial faux-pas you can make trying to protect your money during periods of uncertainty. The most common is forgetting that your time in the market helps maximise returns over the long-run. Find out more.
This week, the US Federal Reserve announced no change to its interest rate policy. In the process, it apologised (in Fed-speak) for freaking everybody out at the end of 2018, unveiling a softer shift in its policy approach. What did the Fed say? I’ll admit I’m stealing this comparison from someone else (Bloomberg’s John Authers), […]
After two years of fraught negotiations, Theresa May suffered a heavy defeat as her Brexit Bill was rejected by 432 votes to 202. This historic defeat, one of the largest in 100 years, prompted Labour to immediately table a motion of no confidence in the Government. Uncertainty continues to reign. This is the harsh reality […]
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