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LET’S HOPE VACCINE NATIONALISM IS NOT THE START OF A LONG-TERM TREND

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

This week we saw some exceptional vaccination rates as the UK powers towards its target of vaccinating all over 50s before the middle of April. With around 4m doses administered, there is a good chance of beating this by a week or two.

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How can my children get on the housing ladder

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Long Term Care, Monthly Money Savers, Mortgage

The housing market – the depreciating asset that appreciates in value.

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MARKETS SCEPTICAL ABOUT CENTRAL BANKS’ COMMITMENT TO LOW INTEREST RATES

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

This week we saw markets continue to worry about what a world without free money might look like, with government bonds getting dumped despite US Federal Reserve claims that rate rises are two or three years away.

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SHARP DECLINE IN UK/EU TRADE AS COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS AND BREXIT COMBINE

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

Trade makes up about a third of UK GDP and the EU makes up about half the trade, so these figures point to a 5 per cent reduction in GDP, more or less in line with pre-Brexit forecasts.

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Will interest rates rise and should I fix?

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Mortgage

The savings ratio rocketed during the last two years.

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DEJA VU FOR FINANCIAL MARKETS AS RISHI SUNAK DELAYS THE COST OF COVID

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

Hopes of quick economic recovery have sparked concerns about rising inflation, which in turn leads to fears that central banks will withdraw market stimulus and/or increase interest rates.

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