Weekly Roundup, 22nd August 2017

Weekly Roundup, 22nd August 2017

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  1. Hi Mike,
    Thanks as always. I am with you on the FT – I used to really enjoy it, and when it was £3 at the weekend it used to be good value. I stopped reading it for a few months (I simply didnt have time at the weekend) until relatively recently, when two weeks in a row I bought it.
    It went up to £3.50 and then again to £3.80 in what felt like only a year or two. The quality was not what it used to be and I am not sure if I will bother again – certainly not as a once regular reader.

    Then pension contributions point – very well put, as you say with the younger in DC they are contributing and as they get older and (hopefully) their salaries go up, these levels will also go up, but lets see.
    PoA is an interesting one and something that has been a discussion through our families – for me I don’t know what I will do but I ought to do something soon!

    Fascinating reading on the student and London migration – although with current London prices I am not surprised of the challenges. Just out of Uni it is ok to share a place with other known or unknowns, but for a couple wanting their own pad, 1bedroom renting and buying is expensive – that said I still have to decide about if we stay or move out of London when we do eventually pull the trigger.. the big problem is where to go to if we do!

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Weekly Roundup, 22nd August 2017

by Mike Rawson time to read: 5 min
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We begin today's Weekly Roundup in the FT, where Ken Fisher was writing about QE.