What will happen to my pensions and investments after Brexit?

Posted by Paul Davies on 26/11/20 11:14

It’s now just a matter of weeks before the UK leaves the European Union. Over the past four and a half years there have been plenty of twists and turns, and whether the government manages to get a deal ratified or not, the impact of the UK’s departure will be felt across the economy.

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How will a Biden presidency affect the UK economy and your finances?

Posted by Paul Davies on 26/11/20 11:04

Despite a range of legal challenges to the election result, it looks likely Joe Biden will become the 46th President of the United States. The Democrat flipped states including Arizona, Michigan, and Wisconsin, receiving more than 79 million votes – the highest tally for a presidential candidate in history.

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Celebrating ‘Movember’ with 10 of the most iconic moustaches

Posted by Paul Davies on 25/11/20 09:13

Over the course of the last few years, Movember has become one of the standout charitable landmarks in the calendar.

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What the Reserve Bank of Australia interest rate cut means for you

Posted by Paul Davies on 25/11/20 08:54

In a move specifically designed to help boost the economy, the Reserve Bank (RBA) has cut interest rates to a record low of 0.1%, from the previous low of 0.25%. They have also given a clear indication that rates are unlikely to increase for at least three years.

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How the US election could impact markets

Posted by Paul Davies on 25/11/20 08:47

After one of the most extraordinary US election campaigns in the modern era, Joe Biden has been elected as the 46th President of the United States. Despite several legal challenges launched by President Trump, it looks increasingly likely these will be unsuccessful, and Biden will be inaugurated in January.

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