The Federal Reserve opted for a 0.25% cut of its key interest rate last night (18 September), disappointing US President Donald Trump who said chairman Jerome Powell lacked "guts" for not implementing a deeper cut.
In the face of slowing US growth and market uncertainty, seven out of ten members of the Federal Reserve's Open Markets Committee voted to shift the target range for the rate to between 1.75% and 2%. One...
Revisiting the portfolio debate
US labour market key to recovery following Covid-19 impact
In the decade or so following the global financial crisis, inflation in much - if not all - of the developed world has been very low indeed, writes James Klempster, who explores why inflation-proofing portfolios is so important...
13.4% achieved above-average returns
Entered administration in February
Occupational pensions schemes will be required to direct savers to take guidance on pension withdrawals under new provisions to boost engagement.
40% increase year-on-year
The amount of equity withdrawn from homes has rebounded after a slump during the coronavirus lockdown but remains slightly down year-on-year.