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EQUITY MARKETS RATTLED BY SURGE IN CORONAVIRUS INFECTIONS

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

The trigger for the turmoil, which saw US equities sell off by about 6 per cent before picking up again, appears to have been rising infection rates in both the US and Europe.

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Covid and our financial and psychological solutions

By Peter McGahan

Categories Debt Consolidation, Financial Planning, Long Term Care, Monthly Money Savers

In February, it was reported that 1.78m people in the UK had a persistent debt.

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POUND RALLIES AS BREXIT TRADE TALKS RESUME

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

The pound duly rallied causing the export heavy FTSE 100 to fall.

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ESG Investing – the new ballot box

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Long Term Care

Roosevelt said, we are a part of the land and it is a part of us.

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One step closer to negative interest rates. Be aware.

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment

Whilst a few people I know laughed at the beginning of the columns about the potential of negative rates, the reality is coming home to roost after the Bank of England’s comments this week.

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REALITY BEGINS TO EXERT ITSELF ON GOVERNMENT’S AGENDA

By Worldwide Financial Planning

Categories Financial Planning, Investment, Mortgage, Pension

This week we have seen movement in the three main issues facing the UK: coronavirus, the recession it caused and Brexit.

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