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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 Irish NewsAlex Kane: Finding a new role for the UK while also trying to hold the Union togetherthe Irish NewsThey were manipulated by right wing elements who have a personal political agenda which goes far beyond any particular concerns about the EU. But the very fact that they were, in electoral terms, 'up for grabs,' ... Interestingly, that suspicion of ...
the Irish NewsAlex Kane: Ignored and patronised have spoken through Brexit pollthe Irish NewsInterestingly, that suspicion of experts has also spread across broader society, particularly to people who have seen their pensions and savings schemes devastated by the decisions of bankers, governments, speculators and money markets.
BBC News50 years on: How credit cards changed our relationship with moneyBBC NewsFifty years ago this week Barclaycard issued the first credit cards in the UK. Half a century on, consumers are used to a range of convenient ways to pay, but back in 1966 there was a feeling of change when people tried to brandish their exciting new ...and more »
BBC NewsMarkets brace for more torrid tradingBBC NewsGlobal markets are braced for more torrid trading on Monday in the wake of the UK's vote to leave the European Union. ... Individuals may choose to directly put their money in a company by buying shares. ... David Tinsley, UK economist at UBS ...and more »
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