I am retiring and this is an incredibly difficult article to write. Not because of the retirement but because of the need for originality. The typical ingredients for a retirement piece would be to look back or forward, to pass on some pearls of wisdom or make controversial predictions to attract attention for the last […]
Faith in Abenomics is fading fast if Japan’s stock prices are any gauge of investor confidence. The benchmark Topix index has fallen over 12 per cent since the start of this year. The decline extends to almost 20 per cent from August 2015, when the index hit its highest levels following Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s […]
The Government will examine how to bring in the self-employed into pension saving as part of its review into the success of auto-enrolment next year. The terms of the review will be set out in the coming weeks. In an interview with the Financial Times, pensions minister Richard Harrington says finding a way to auto-enrol […]
The Personal Finance Society is working with the FCA on a new campaign against pension and investment scams. The professional body is launching a national campaign calling on financial planners to report scams to the regulator. In return, the FCA is in the process of taking on additional resources to deal with reports, and will […]
Picking stocks with strong balance sheets has helped Mark Page find growth – and avoid carmakers – for the Artemis European Opportunities Fund.
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