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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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
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 »
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Yesterday's pig heads, Corbyn-mania, Brexit or business as usual - Tragedy and comedy in the UK - A short report - libcom.org (blog)

libcom.org (blog)Yesterday's pig heads, Corbyn-mania, Brexit or business as usual - Tragedy and comedy in the UK - A short reportlibcom.org (blog)People might not expect anything else from the ruling class, but that they fuck pig-heads together with their elite-peers and stash away daddy's money in Panama tax havens. In addition the Tory ... During spring 2016 some of the main indicators (house ...and more »
(20-06-2016)

EU referendum: issues savers and homeowners need to consider - The Guardian

The GuardianEU referendum: issues savers and homeowners need to considerThe GuardianFor investors looking to make money out of property, this will be bad news. But homebuyers should look to the longer term. UK housebuilding is not keeping up with demand, and unless mortgage rates rocket, that could mean upwards pressure on prices ...and more »
(20-06-2016)

Short-term tracker deals were offered at below the base rate - This is Money

This is MoneyShort-term tracker deals were offered at below the base rateThis is MoneyImagine a scenario where your bank should pay you to live in your home: sounds ridiculous? But for those who took some tracker mortgages in the years leading up to the financial crisis, that was exactly the position they found themselves in. Lenders ...and more »
(20-06-2016)

Canada Banks, Mortgage Insurers Can Weather Shock: Moody's - Bloomberg

BloombergCanada Banks, Mortgage Insurers Can Weather Shock: Moody'sBloombergCanada's big lenders and mortgage insurers would be able to absorb an estimated C$17.6 billion ($13.7 billion) in losses from a U.S.-style housing shock, due to government guarantees for home loans, lower subprime lending and less repackaging of ...and more »
(20-06-2016)

Potential Brexit vote sees mortgage rates drop - The Guardian

The GuardianPotential Brexit vote sees mortgage rates dropThe GuardianThe cost of taking out a fixed-rate mortgage over five or 10 years has fallen to a record low, in a surprise side-effect caused by money markets reacting to a possible Brexit. Exclusive figures prepared for the Guardian by ... In recent weeks, several ...and more »
(20-06-2016)

How Brexit could affect your investments and pension - The Week UK

The Week UKHow Brexit could affect your investments and pensionThe Week UKIf overseas companies move operations out of the UK or cut investments here, or UK businesses suffer as a result of reduced access to the single market, a vote to leave could also affect employment in the UK. All of this would have a knock on affect on ...and more »
(20-06-2016)

It's so important to have a financial adviser you can trust - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukIt's so important to have a financial adviser you can trustTelegraph.co.ukNot only can it make the process easier for you – taking the workload and pressure away – but planning with an expert can also help you make the most of your money, provide you with added reassurance, and potentially make a significant difference to ...
(20-06-2016)

Average UK credit card and loan debt stands at 25% of income as we mark the 50th anniversary of the plastic payment ... - East Anglian Daily Times

East Anglian Daily TimesAverage UK credit card and loan debt stands at 25% of income as we mark the 50th anniversary of the plastic payment ...East Anglian Daily TimesYes, it's 50 years since the credit card was introduced to the UK, a revolution that allowed customers to buy with money they had yet to earn. Incredibly, the idea, brought back from the US by Barclays' Derek Wilde, was a bit slow to catch on ...
(20-06-2016)

Brexit: what would it mean for your EU holiday home? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukBrexit: what would it mean for your EU holiday home?Telegraph.co.ukThe minimum deposit to get a mortgage in France rockets from 20pc for EU citizens to as much as 50pc for non-EU citizens. France is the most popular destination for buying property, where some 200,000 British holidaymakers own a second home and ...and more »
(20-06-2016)

REVEALED: The banks most likely to cut YOUR savings rates - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukREVEALED: The banks most likely to cut YOUR savings ratesExpress.co.ukPersonal Finance · City & Business · Retirement · The Crusader · Home · Finance · Personal Finance; REVEALED: The banks ... Top UK firms pay shareholders BILLIONS despite pension holes. Tesco Bank was also found to have made three rate cuts on one ...and more »
(20-06-2016)

Prankster tricks his dad into believing he used HIS credit card to pay for his £400 Father's Day gift - leading to a ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailPrankster tricks his dad into believing he used HIS credit card to pay for his £400 Father's Day gift - leading to a ...Daily MailWhy? Tell me f*****g why you would do that to your own f*****g dad, you c***.' When Brad says that it was only £400, Stephen says 'What do you mean it was only £400, you c***? It's on my f**king credit card. You're f***ing spending my money you p***'.and more »
(20-06-2016)

Kensington launches mortgage range for high-net-worths - Money Marketing

Money MarketingKensington launches mortgage range for high-net-worthsMoney MarketingKensington Mortgages has launched Premier, a range of high value loans called for borrowers needing more than £500,000. The range is aimed at borrowers with complex incomes and high service expectations. The new range offers loans up to £2m, ...Kensington targets high net worthsFT Adviserall 3 news articles »
(20-06-2016)

Wilbur Ross Says Brexit Would Spark Most Expensive Divorce Ever - Newsmax

NewsmaxWilbur Ross Says Brexit Would Spark Most Expensive Divorce EverNewsmaxA vote to leave could spark a 10 percent slump in house prices and "wipe out" about half the net worth of the average older British citizen and sink the value of sterling, according to Ross. That would hurt Virgin Money, which is a large U.K. mortgage ...and more »
(20-06-2016)

Mortgage industry warns of Brexit implications - FT Adviser

Mortgage industry warns of Brexit implicationsFT Adviser“In the case of a Brexit, it may take a little longer for the uncertainty to die away as we wait for the renegotiations with Brussels to take place, but in the long term the UK property will return to its position and a bastion of strength.” Just last ...and more »
(20-06-2016)

Philip Green reportedly took delivery of £48m jet before BHS collapse - DIGITALLOOK

This is MoneyPhilip Green reportedly took delivery of £48m jet before BHS collapseDIGITALLOOKThe Gulfstream G650ER was believed to have been delivered to the UK in early April, the Sun on Sunday tabloid newspaper reported citing an unnamed source. BHS was placed into administration in April with a £571m black hole in its pension fund. Up to 11 ...Green poised to buy out 16000 out of the 20000 BHS pension plan members with a cash lump sumThis is MoneySir Philip Green is working to protect pensions of ex-BHS EXECUTIVESDaily Mailall 57 news articles »
(20-06-2016)
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