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Ros Altmann says plans for a pension ISA should not be resurrected as they would be a 'disaster' for savings.
While the summer tends to deliver weaker stock market returns, dividends cloud the picture.
The government expects 300,000 retirees to sell their annuities on a new second-hand market but experts are questioning whether it will work.
MPs will form an all-party parliamentary group to support women hit by state pension age rises.
Fewer than one in five people eligible to use Pension Wise guidance service have done so, leading to calls for compulsory financial advice.
The Herald investment trust's difficulties in backing the UK technology sector highlight a wider problem.
Woodford Investment Management 'not in the least bit tempted' to chase commodities rally that has left equity income fund trailing rivals in 2016.
Packed week for stock markets saw China spark major rally, oil surge ahead of crucial weekend and Brazil rocket as impeachment looms.
Young people turned off by the idea of savings for retirement should think of it as a (very) extended gap year.
Topping up your state pension costs much less than boosting annuity income, but few retirees have taken advantage.
A rise in interest rates could plunge global economy into recession but star manager tells rivals that's better than a 'lost decade'.
The government pledged to bolster protection for long-serving workers when companies go bust, but three years later has yet to act.
The number of people shopping around for the best annuity has fallen, raising fears many could be left short-changed.
Experts say the 5% charge levied on early access could entangle the lifetime ISA in complex regulation unless it is ditched.
Fears over a British exit from the EU continued to weigh on the pound this week, providing some relief to investors in Europe.
Fund managers are increasingly concerned about the economic harm and stock market turbulence a British exit from the EU would cause.
Financial Conduct Authority's review of funds finds some stay close to index without telling investors.
Burford Capital, the litigation finance provider backed by fund manager Neil Woodford, is launching a bond for retail investors.
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