The prime minister has flagged 'red warning lights' for the global economy. Cazenove's Richard Jeffrey examines the danger spots.
An adviser has warned consumers need to get a 'pounds and pence' list of costs before signing up.
Experts say income investors can use lower-yielding growth funds but warn that withdrawing capital by selling units at the wrong time could hurt.
The huge fines imposed on banks for currency manipulation point to a wider scandal affecting investors in funds and pensions.
Royal London's top-rated equity income fund manager Martin Cholwill fears house builders could face political risk before the election.
Mark Barnett, manager of Invesco Perpetual's huge equity income funds, says the best part of the UK economic recovery may be over but the stock market still offers good value.
The Financial Services Consumer Panel asks whether people should be allowed to buy pension drawdown policies without professional advice.
Neil Woodford pounced on the tumbling stock market last month by snapping up more shares in companies he felt were oversold.
Those working in multiple low-paid jobs may miss out on the full flat-rate state pension due to a quirk in the system.
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