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Los Angeles TimesSaving America from its meager retirement savingsLos Angeles TimesThe point was driven home Friday when markets convulsed over the U.K.'s vote to exit the European Union. Like the financial crisis and Great Recession, which drained 401(k) accounts and pummeled Americans' finances, the Brexit stock selloff left ...and more »
Liverpool EchoWhat does Brexit mean for your personal finances?Liverpool Echo2) “Government changes.” Again, he stresses that little is likely to change in the area of personal finance. 3) “Rule and trade changes.” Martin said: “The UK has not left the EU. For that to happen, the Government almost certaintly has to enact ...and more »
This is MoneyKeep calm and carry on paying into your pension: Savers face difficult choice between volatile stock market and ...This is MoneyLong-term savers saw their pension funds slide in value in response to Friday's sell-down in shares – in the UK, Europe and across the globe – compromising their retirement prospects. And the future security of benefits that ... A majority of workers ...Pension savers told 'DON'T PANIC' amid market carnage but follow THESE key stepsExpress.co.ukUK pension industry tries to calm investor fears after Brexit voteFinancial Timesall 19 news articles »
The GuardianBritain downgraded by S&P and Fitch as Brexit crisis deepens - live updatesThe Guardian“I have argued it with my opponents in difficult economic times, when I warned them last autumn that the cupboard was bare and the discretionary borrowing had to stop – and now Britain faces the humiliating possibility of losing its international ...and more »
The GuardianVodafone billing chaos leaves mobile users disconnected and out of pocketThe GuardianI received two additional sim cards a couple of weeks ago. No one can tell me why.” Allardice took his case to the ombudsman who ruled that his credit score should be cleared and £100 compensation paid. His phone was finally reconnected this month.and more »
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Brexit: what's going to happen to our money now we're leaving the EU? - BT.com

BT.comBrexit: what's going to happen to our money now we're leaving the EU?BT.com... of £800 a year for someone working full-time on the average wage, it added. Looking longer term, the Treasury warned that, after 15 years, Brexit could cost us £4,300 a year per household in the UK, which is a hit to tax receipts of £36 billion a year.and more »
(24-06-2016)

How should I treat my small pension? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukHow should I treat my small pension?Telegraph.co.ukHe also suggested that you seek advice on ensuring that the investments in the pension remain aligned to your personal risk tolerance and investment time frame. "If you decide to add more money to the pot then you may feel comfortable with taking a ...and more »
(24-06-2016)

House price fall could follow Brexit, say experts - The Guardian

The GuardianHouse price fall could follow Brexit, say expertsThe GuardianCapital Economics said it expected transaction levels to be hit harder than prices in the coming months and cut its 18-month forecasts for mortgage approvals and sales by 10%. Jan Crosby, head of ... The Treasury had forecast that Brexit would prompt a ...Housing market expected to cool down as buyers 'wait and see'AOL Money UKBrexit Impact On London House Prices Could See Home Value Drop £20k By ChristmasHuffington Post UKall 55 news articles »
(24-06-2016)

How will Brexit affect your finances? - BBC News

How will Brexit affect your finances?BBC NewsSo can residents of the UK expect to net similar gains, or are our personal finances destined for the deep freeze? .... During the referendum campaign, the prime minister said the so-called "triple lock" for state pensions would be threatened by a UK ...and more »
(24-06-2016)

Brexit for Americans means cheaper travel to UK but bumpy stock market ride - Daily Mail

Daily MailBrexit for Americans means cheaper travel to UK but bumpy stock market rideDaily MailBut if Europe is your destination of choice after visiting the UK, airfares could get pricey. Country hopping in Europe has always been fairly cheap thanks to discount airlines like RyanAir and EasyJet. However. with the UK now separate from Europe ...Results are in: Britain will leave the EU - what will it mean for you?AOL Money UKFrom property to petrol, the eight ways your financial life could change if Britain votes to quit the EU this weekThis is Moneyall 7,762 news articles »
(24-06-2016)

Brexit: 6 ways Britain's vote to leave the EU will affect you - The Independent

The IndependentBrexit: 6 ways Britain's vote to leave the EU will affect youThe IndependentThe British people have voted to leave the EU. So what happens now? Later this morning ... falling on the foreign exchange markets. The markets think that Brexit is bad for the economy, and so investors are likely to want to move their money out of the UK.and more »
(24-06-2016)

Brexit: 6 ways it will affect you - The Independent

The IndependentBrexit: 6 ways it will affect youThe IndependentThe British people have voted to leave the EU. So what happens now? Later this morning ... falling on the foreign exchange markets. The markets think that Brexit is bad for the economy, and so investors are likely to want to move their money out of the UK.and more »
(24-06-2016)

Brexit: 6 ways the UK leaving the EU will affect you - The Independent

The IndependentBrexit: 6 ways the UK leaving the EU will affect youThe IndependentThe British people have voted to leave the EU. So what happens now? Later this morning ... falling on the foreign exchange markets. The markets think that Brexit is bad for the economy, and so investors are likely to want to move their money out of the UK.and more »
(24-06-2016)

Brexit: 6 ways Britain leaving the EU will affect your life - The Independent

The IndependentBrexit: 6 ways Britain leaving the EU will affect your lifeThe IndependentThe British people have voted to leave the EU. So what happens now? Later this morning ... falling on the foreign exchange markets. The markets think that Brexit is bad for the economy, and so investors are likely to want to move their money out of the UK.and more »
(24-06-2016)

Brexit: 6 ways Britain leaving the EU will affect you - The Independent

The IndependentBrexit: 6 ways Britain leaving the EU will affect youThe IndependentThe British people have voted to leave the EU. So what happens now? Later this morning ... falling on the foreign exchange markets. The markets think that Brexit is bad for the economy, and so investors are likely to want to move their money out of the UK.and more »
(24-06-2016)

6 ways Britain leaving the EU will affect you - The Independent

The Independent6 ways Britain leaving the EU will affect youThe Independent... already falling on the foreign exchange markets. The markets think that Brexit is bad for the economy, and so investors are likely to want to move their money out of the UK. ... He is likely to reassure nationals of other EU countries living in the ...and more »
(24-06-2016)

UAE investors and the hunt for dwindling yield - The National

The NationalUAE investors and the hunt for dwindling yieldThe NationalIncome-generating investments are particularly useful if you are retired looking to top up your pension, but this isn't their only benefit. Any asset that generates a regular income is valuable, and if you don't need the money today you can put it to ...and more »
(24-06-2016)

Global markets plunge after UK votes to leave EU – live updates - The Guardian

The GuardianGlobal markets plunge after UK votes to leave EU – live updatesThe GuardianGlobal markets plunge after UK votes to leave EU – live updates. Shares are plunging, and sterling has crumbled to a 31-year low, after the ... Visitors to its holiday money site are greeted with a screen saying “We are sorry... the online ordering ...and more »
(24-06-2016)

Brexit: What does it mean for you? - CNN

Daily MailBrexit: What does it mean for you?CNNIf the pound weakens by a large enough amount, the Bank of England, the UK's central bank could intervene. Its options are to shore up the currency by buying more pounds with foreign currency or raise interest rates, which will hit Britons with ...Brexit for Americans means cheaper travel to UK but bumpy stock market rideDaily MailEU referendum result: Brexit confirmed as David Cameron faces calls to resignThe IndependentWhat will leaving the EU mean: The referendum results are in but what's the impact of Brexit now?AOL Money UKThis is Moneyall 7,551 news articles »
(24-06-2016)

Friday Papers: Early results favour Brexit - Citywire.co.uk

Friday Papers: Early results favour BrexitCitywire.co.ukThe Guardian: The value of sterling has swung wildly on currency markets as initial confidence among investors expecting a vote to remain in the EU was dented by early referendum results. Financial Times: UK financial regulators have put London's banks ...and more »
(24-06-2016)
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