Gold's spectacular fall is the big story in markets this week, while the wider commodities slump has heaped more pressure on the FTSE 100.
Finally, after six years, the Bank of England wants to raise interest rates. What's the impact on our ISAs and pensions?
A pounds-and-pence breakdown of what the government's mooted pensions tax overhaul could mean for your income.
Soaring house prices mean many people will not be able to get on the property ladder and secure their financial future.
Research by Which? has shown the huge disparity in the cost of getting your hands on your pension cash.
The cap on care costs has been delayed until 2020 meaning families will have to shoulder the costs.
Dividends in the second quarter of the year hit record levels thanks to bigger payouts from banks.
The Bank of England is keen to extend its residential mortgage powers to buy-to-let.
Lloyds could yield 6% next year but Barclays has got great retail assets, says Citywire AAA-rated manager of Fidelity Special Values.
The old fashioned world of pensions is not appealing to younger generations, who are aiming for financial freedom.
Ardevora UK Income manager Jeremy Lang picks out five of his holdings that he believes other investors have 'misunderstood'.
We run through the key points of Greece's debt deal, agreed with European leaders after marathon talks.
The first Conservative Budget in 18 years couldn't distract investors from turbulence in China and Greece.
We detail the winners and losers from the Budget's changes to dividend tax, and how to avoid paying too much.
Government plans to let workers take their pension pots with them when they change jobs suffer from a fundamental problem say experts.
Savers trying to keep their money safe could find it hard to match the deals they are getting.
The Financial Serivces Compensation Scheme limit has been reduced to £75,000 for bank and building society accounts.
More younger people are investing in the stock market in a bid to build a house deposit and get their feet on the housing ladder.
HM Revenue & Custom is scrutinising savings accounts and property sales for evidence of tax avoidance.
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