Multi-asset managers hike cash as fears gain momentum

Multi-asset investors have been upping their cash allocations as fears of a market correction escalate and safe-haven opportunities in other asset classes dry up.

Investments | 30 Jul 2014

US grows 4% in Q2 as economy bounces back

US GDP growth has risen more than expected in Q2, according to initial estimates, with the contraction in the first quarter less bad than had been feared.

Savings | 30 Jul 2014

Will a 'Banker's Oath' change the industry?

Think tank ResPublica has called for bankers to commit to clear ethical standards in the form of a ‘Banker’s Oath’. Your Money asked the experts if it will go far enough.

Savings | 30 Jul 2014

Holiday reading: Five fund managers pick their favourites

Stumped for beach reading this summer? Five fund managers share their favorite books for DIY investors.

Investments | 30 Jul 2014
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ITV upgraded after dividends give cause for cheer

Brokers give their views on ITVs latest results and bumper dividend payout.

Investments | 30 Jul 2014
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Bank regulators take aim at culture and pay

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) have proposed new rules that would seek to change how bankers behave and are paid.

Savings | 30 Jul 2014

Ofgem proposals to cut annual energy bills

Consumers could save up to £12 per year on their energy bill if price control settlements proposed today by energy regulator Ofgem are accepted.

Electricity | 30 Jul 2014

Affordability problems destroy property buyer confidence

The housing market has hit a tipping point with seller confidence and buyer pessimism both reaching new extremes.

Mortgages | 30 Jul 2014

Invesco Property Income trust investors face 100% loss

Shareholders in the troubled Invesco Property Income trust have been told they are likely to lose their entire investment after it was suspended pending an effective firesale of its assets.

Investments | 30 Jul 2014
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FTSE 100: This morning's risers and fallers

UK markets opened slightly lower on Wednesday as investors digested a wave of corporate earnings and cautiously awaited economic data and a policy decision Stateside later on.

Investments | 30 Jul 2014

Woodford launch sends IMA UK Equity Income sales to record high

Net retail sales of UK equity income funds hit a record high of £1.4bn last month, according to the Investment Management Association, as Neil Woodford's new fund provided a boon to the sector.

Investments | 29 Jul 2014

Quarter of working young people forced to live with parents

More than a quarter of working 20- to 34-year-olds still live with their parents, with many unable to afford to buy or rent a place of their own.

Mortgages | 29 Jul 2014
Personal debt levels rising among accountants

Interest rate rises could leave borrowers facing bankruptcy

Even a small interest rate rise could put the record number of people choosing to deal with debt via individual voluntary arrangements back in danger, accountants warn.

Debt Advice | 29 Jul 2014
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Breaking up is hard (and expensive) to do

Separating couples may find that their finances suffer along with their broken hearts, according to a new survey by the Debt Advisory Service.

Savings | 29 Jul 2014

Share Centre reveals top funds for June

The Share Centre has revealed the most popular funds on its platform in June. Andy Parsons, head of investment research at the group, gives his views.

Investments | 29 Jul 2014

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