Rising UK Inflation Is Good News For Pension Savers
Expats saving for retirement and drawing the state pension are the biggest winners from the latest spike in the cost of living. Inflation has hit
Shares Not Property Are Top UK Investment
If you’re aged 65 years old are more and have just retired and paid off your mortgage, you probably consider you have managed your money
Inflation, Investment, Property and Real Estate, Stocks and Shares
Financial Pitfalls Of Day-To-Day Living In Retirement
Once you have reached retirement, it’s too late to worry about what might have been if you had saved more while you had a job.
Financial Advice and Financial Planning, Inflation, Lifestyle, Money, Wealth
El Petro Cryptocurrency Figures Just Don’t Add Up
The numbers just don’t add up in the first state-backed cryptocurrency offering. Venezuela launched El Petro amid a blaze of publicity with President Nicolas Maduro
Don’t Despair – House Prices Will Rocket Over Next Decade
Retirement savers relying on a property pension can expect to see the value of their homes shoot up by around 56% over the next decade.
Fed Chief Warns Interest Rates Will Rise Again This Year
Interest rates will rise again in the USA this year, Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen has hinted. She was giving advance warning to investors that
Bank, Employment and Unemployment, Federal Reserve, Inflation, US Dollar
Oil Rallies And Bursts Through $50 A Barrel Ceiling
The price of oil has hit $50 a barrel again after steadily bubbling up since the turn of the year. Oil hit a low of
Inflation Wipes Out Pay Rises For Workers Worldwide
Salaries for foreign workers are going up quicker than last year – but those in emerging markets may see wage cuts, according to new research.
Emerging Markets, Employment and Unemployment, Expat, Greece, Inflation, Money, Venezuela