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Exchange Traded Funds: “The new standard amongst investors”

In Britain, Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) have become an increasingly popular investment device in recent years. “Tracker funds” as they are commonly called, are funds which hold assets such as

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Midcaps trounce the FTSE 100

The FTSE 100 features the 100 largest UK listed companies and are referred to as large cap or blue chip stocks. The next 250 largest listed companies form the FTSE

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CrowdLords is the first two-sided investment crowdfunding platform for the UK residential market.

CrowdLords is a uniquely different crowdfunding investment platform as they directly connect people who wish to build and manage a property portfolio or develop property (landlords or developers); with investors

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Savers can win £50,000 with Windfall Bond while also earning interest

The Windfall Bond, which offers an exciting opportunity to get an additional return from savings in the era of low interest rates, has been created by the mould-breaking Family Building

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What do the dramatic new pension freedom rules in April mean for you?

What are the changes One of the biggest gripes for UK pension savers is the poor value we receive when we exchange our hard earned pension pot for an annuity.

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Breezy does it: A market-leading 7.5%, 3-year, peer-to-peer wind loan

7.5% annual fixed interest rate if you invest in the first six weeks (7% after February 28) 3-year term, minimum £50 investment £2.5 million total raise, minimum £1.25 million Asset-backed.

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Playtech poised for further acquisitions

Gambling software developer Playtech [LON: PTEC], the world’s leading multi-channel gaming software and services supplier, has announced the placement of €297m of senior, unsecured convertible bonds due in 2019. The

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Hedging against a market downturn with gold

Investors with a sense of value are beginning to worry about the durability of the momentum that has taken equity markets to new record highs and government bond yields to

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Take your step on the property ladder

After years of financial instability, it’s understandable why many seek to rent rather than buy. A recent survey revealed that on average, potential buyers wait more than three years before

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New home, new challenges

Since the financial crisis, potential buyers have faced a series of challenges within the property market. The head of mortgage policy at BSA, Paul Broadhead, believes that in recent months,