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GOVERNMENT BONDS RALLY AS INFLATION HOGS THE HEADLINES ONCE MORE

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

US inflation fell, slightly, although it remains at the highest level in decades. Markets are mulling whether this is a quirk in the data or a sign that inflation is peaking.

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CENTRAL BANKS SPARK EXTREME VOLATILITY AND POINT TO THE CHALLENGES AHEAD

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

This week has been dominated by central banks, as the US Federal Reserve announced a 0.5% rate hike followed by the Bank of England confirming a 0.25% raise.

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Record interest rates…

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Life Insurance Advice

The headlines are currently bonging out to the tune of ‘highest interest rates in 13 years’ and ‘millions affected’ as ‘debt rates soar’.

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Just another inflation excuse….

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Long Term Care

Looking back at some of the calls and emails from last week’s column, there were a few further points of noise to cut through.

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RUSSIAN INVASION CONTINUES TO RATTLE ENERGY MARKETS AND DRIVE INFLATION IN THE SHORT TERM

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

The move increases the risk of a large energy disruption in Europe, which until now had seen supplies remain stable.

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UK ECONOMIC RECOVERY SLOWS AS CONSUMER CONFIDENCE IS KNOCKED BY RISING PRICES

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

Following on from disappointing growth figures last week, this week there were reports of sharply slowing retail sales and a plunge in consumer confidence.

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