Growth optimism remains at low levels
Average equity fund returned around £2,000
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Survey by Legg Mason
£19bn cash on advised platforms
Not an afterthought
'Indications of irrational exuberance'
Plus the spectre of greed
People plan to pass on cash
First cash LISA launches 8 June
'Just because you can, doesn't mean you should' - Fidelity
Flight to cash
Record subscriptions in 2015/2016 tax year
Investor sentiment index hits 2016 high
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Investors are getting dismal interest rates when they hold cash on the UK's biggest advised platforms, with some actually making a loss after fees, an investigation by Professional Adviser has found.
Competition in the £700bn cash savings market often does not work well for consumers, particularly those with long-standing accounts, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has found, as it reveals plans to overhaul how the industry works.
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