Fire causes European gas price to jump further

Fire causes European gas price to jump further

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The view from the bottom is much less alarming than peering over the precipice

The view from the bottom is much less alarming than peering over the precipice

Lofty valuations have fallen along with equity markets, which means there is opportunity to be found. All we have to do now is identify those businesses that the public actually needs.
6 things you need to know from Davos

6 things you need to know from Davos

Around 2,000 people including heads of state, company CEOs and civil society leaders recently met at the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) meeting in Davos, Switzerland amid an atmosphere of increased global tension. Here are just some of the key takeaways.
Rishi Sunak announces windfall tax

Rishi Sunak announces windfall tax

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Returning to study in your 50s and 60s

Returning to study in your 50s and 60s

In recent years there has been an explosion of people over 50 heading to university. But why are older students looking to invest in themselves – and what is the experience like?
UK inflation hits 40 year high

UK inflation hits 40 year high

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Use an ISA to tackle the cost of living crisis

Use an ISA to tackle the cost of living crisis

Find out why a stocks and shares ISA is a great way to protect your money against inflation while also shielding it from tax.
Bitcoin's Black Wednesday

Bitcoin's Black Wednesday

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No pain, no gain: economies need to contract

No pain, no gain: economies need to contract

After two years under the thumb of Covid and amid increasingly problematic inflation, the global economy needs to take time for some R&R: recession and recalibration.
When divorce is nobody's fault

When divorce is nobody's fault

As couples take advantage of the new no-fault divorce rules, it’s important they address the financial aspects of their separation.
Retire early? Live longer

Retire early? Live longer

Some studies have found that people enjoy a longer lifespan if they finish working early, but it might depend on your circumstances.
Pandemic-induced inflation coupled with war in Europe leaves little question: an economic slowdown looms

Pandemic-induced inflation coupled with war in Europe leaves little question: an economic slowdown looms

Inflation can’t stop climbing; energy prices are through the non- solar-panelled roof; even sovereign bond prices are lying low. There’s no doubt that things look bad. Let’s dig a little deeper into the causes of the slowdown and the nerves pervading markets.
Growth versus inflation: how will central banks react to rampant price rises and mixed economic data?

Growth versus inflation: how will central banks react to rampant price rises and mixed economic data?

At first glance, rising inflation may seem like a relatively simple problem to fix. Central banks, such as the Bank of England and US Federal Reserve, would raise interest rates to curb demand for goods and services. This would, other things being equal, lead to a lower rate of inflation. However, the situation regarding inflation is, unfortunately, slightly more nuanced.
Shoppers set to spend £9.2billion in 4 days

Shoppers set to spend £9.2billion in 4 days

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