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PFS launches consumer education website

The Personal Finance Society has launched a consumer education website as part a drive to improve its public profile. Yourmoney provides guidance and tools on issues such as planning for retirement, managing debt and saving and investing. It gives tips on how to avoid investment scams, explains the benefits and costs of regulated advice, and […]

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Hugh Young: Why Japan deserves another look

Spring is special in Japan. The blossom of cherry and plum trees invites viewings – or “hanami” – across the country. The tradition speaks to the country’s appreciation of nature and the passing of seasons. But as the Japanese economy picks up momentum, will this rebound prove as ephemeral as the spring cherry blossom? For […]

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Neil Woodford: The state of the Union

For all the talk of hung parliaments, horse trading and coalitions, the result of the general election came as a surprise to many – including us. The polls had consistently predicted a close result and so very few commentators (probably none) had expected such a strong performance from the Conservatives on the night. A Conservative […]

Europe: Domestic backdrop & China impact

By Rob Burnett, Head of European Equities In recent weeks equities have been buffeted by two shocks occurring at the same time: China’s devaluation of the renminbi and the prospect of the US Federal Reserve (Fed) raising interest rates. The market is not comfortable with the Fed raising rates at the same time that China […]

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