Tagged: Interest rates

Hoarding cash

Hoarding Cash at Home

Today’s post is about hoarding cash at home as protection against negative interest rates. Is it really a practical option?

Company pension deficits

Company Pension Deficits – Part 2

Welcome to the second part in our series on company pension deficits. Today we’re going to look at things from the investor’s perspective. We’ll look at asset mixes and benchmarks, but let’s start with dividends.

Weekly Roundup, 23rd August 2016

Weekly Roundup, 23rd August 2016

We begin today’s Weekly Roundup in the FT, with the Chart That Tells A Story. This week it was about Santander cutting the interest rate on its current account.

Weekly Roundup, 9th August 2016

Weekly Roundup, 9th August 2016

The big news last week was the Bank of England’s stimulus package, and the first interest rate cut for seven years. We’ll spend most of today’s Weekly Roundup talking about that, but I’ll squeeze a few more things in as well.

Weekly Roundup, 2nd August 2016

Weekly Roundup, 2nd August 2016

We begin today’s Weekly Roundup in the FT, with the Chart That Tells A Story. This week it was about midlife renters.

Weekly Roundup, 19th July 2016

Weekly Roundup, 19th July 2016

We begin today’s Weekly Roundup in the FT, with the Chart That Tells A Story. This week it was about entrepreneurship, particularly in the over-50s.