With UK markets in turmoil, we round up and explain some of the best and worst performers of the year on the FTSE 100.
After the tech sell-off, investors have rushed towards global tech trusts now trading on bigger than usual discounts.
Saxo Bank speculates that the EU may opt for a debt jubilee, while a Corybn-led Labour government could send the pound to parity against the US dollar.
House price growth picked up last month, but the market remains subdued as an uncertain economy and the squeeze on household budgets continue to dampen demand.
Young people whose parents own their own property are far more likely to be homeowners themselves, figures from the Resolution Foundation think tank reveal.
The first pension dashboard will be launched in 2019, but state pension data will not be available straight away.
In the first of a new occasional series, we look at what can be gleaned from a chart that shows the biggest FTSE 100 dips in 2018.
A high court judge has granted a judicial review to determine whether recent increases to women’s state pension age were lawful.
Investors can expect a Christmas bonus most Decembers, says Stephen Eckett.
The IA has launched a consultation on the potential inclusion of ETFs in its 37 fund sectors.
Leaving the EU without a deal could spell major disruption for the UK economy. Markets, however, may have already priced that in.
Inheritance tax receipts are on course to hit another record high in the 2018-19 tax year, but there’s an estimated £600 million gap between tax owed and tax paid.