The Lolly - February 2015RSS
The gap between the 'haves' and the 'have nots' is being defined by age.
The government is unhappy about people avoiding tax by sacrificing their salary.
Investors pulled a net £4.7 billion from UK funds in January, the biggest outflow on record.
Fund managers and brokers give their views on the signficance of the FTSE 100 surpassing its previous record peak set in 1999.
There is a 'perfect storm' of falling contributions, low returns and longer lives.
The FTSE 100 is close to its all-time high while European markets have notched up fresh milestones. Our Accumulator table tells the story.
The scrapping of the pension 'death tax' will prompt savers to reorganise how they use their money in retirement.
Invesco Perpetual manager believes there is a 'credible case' for supermarket's continued recovery over coming years.
British Gas owner says dividends will be 30% lower as a result of falling energy prices.
Davies believes the football club’s on-pitch struggles have created a chance to snap up cheap shares.
With the oil price having nearly halved in eight months, we examine the winners and losers and what it means for your portfolio.
We’ve had 'auto-enrolment', now make way for ‘auto-escalation’ where your employer siphons part of a pay rise into your pension.
Money tied up in workplace pensions won't be easily accessed under pension freedoms.
Bank of England governor says interest rates could be cut further from their historic low of 0.5% if inflation keeps falling.
The next government is likely to implement a number of tax rises. Here's where it is likely to strike.
The country’s best known fund manager fears the US will make a ‘serious policy error’ if it raises interest rates this year.
Citywire AAA-rated Martin Cholwill comes top in ranking of UK equity income funds.
Our Accumulator table shows a good week for the pound accentuated a dramatic rally in crude oil prices.
Valuations in the stock market point to more growth ahead for the global economy, but bond markets signal stagnation. Which is right?
Star fund manager Neil Woodford has revealed the 'active share' of his £4.3 billion fund.
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