Christopher Menon

Every Investor Editor Chris Menon is a financial journalist who has written regularly for national newspapers, magazines and websites about personal finance, with particular emphasis on investing.

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Funds , News

Global monetary policies increasingly divergent

Diverging monetary policies in developed countries are affecting exchange rates and prospects for foreign capital flows to emerging markets, say Standard & Poor’s economists today in the report: ‘European Monetary

Shares , Tax Efficient Investing

Investment Clinic: pension concerns

“I’m 45 years old, married with three children — aged 10, 13 and 15 — who I hope will all go to  University. Together with my wife I own our

News , Shares

Top 10 most shorted shares

A savvy investor needs to know if a share they are investing in is being shorted by an institution with deep pockets. Fortunately, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) puts out

News , Video

Professor Steve Keen on Greece, China and private debt

In this interview in Australia, Professor Steve Keen of Kingston University predicts a full market crash in China and explains why the crushing of Greek democracy by the European Union


Chinese stock market crashes 8.5%

The Chinese stock market (Shanghai composite index) has fallen by 8.5% overnight to 3,725, the biggest one-day fall since February 2007 and its second worst fall on record. Apart from

Funds , News

Income investors: Kames Capital warns on technology

Fund manager Kames Capital has warned income investors to appreciate that risks remain with successful technology growth stocks; which may themselves become the target of disruptive technology. Insatiable demand for

Funds , News

IFAs encourage clients to invest in multi-asset funds

Almost half (47%) of intermediaries are encouraging their clients to invest in multi asset products in response to the current market volatility. This was according to the latest Baring Asset

News , Property

Over a third of ARLA letting agents increase rents

The Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA) has revealed that 36% of its letting agents member reported that rents rose between May and June, the highest number since tracking began.


FCA to improve transparency on cash savings

Switching cash savings accounts should become quicker and easier under proposals announced by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The FCA is to introduce a series of new rules that will

Editor's Picks , Video

VIDEO: film director warns on financial crisis

In this interview Ross Ashcroft, director, broadcaster and renegade economist, speaks to Chris Menon about the coming financial crisis. Ashcroft directed the critically-acclaimed documentary Four Horseman about the causes of