Estate agent videos don’t show you Meatloaf-loving neighbours, pig farms or a leaky roof
Green investments have proven unpredictable in the past but could new political momentum make them worthwhile?
The Covid vaccine has already sent waves through the stock markets
Government bailouts may be doing more harm than good.
If you are an ‘ethical’ investor sworn to do your bit to tackle climate change, you may have sold your…
Far from eradicating cash, the crisis has highlighted the safety of bank notes.
The Bank of England wants to encourage banks to lend but will individual savers pay the price?
The public are in favour of a wealth tax but which assets would the government single out?
When you buy leasehold you are not really buying a property at all – you are buying a long rental contract
The market has been buoyed by the Stamp Duty holiday but will it continue to defy the odds?
The strong rebound of some industries after the first lockdown now hangs in the balance.
Britain does not necessarily need an EU trade deal to thrive post Brexit.
Covid-19 has made a mockery of the government’s predictions.
All eyes are on the Chancellor’s forthcoming budget.
In such unpredictable times, it’s vital to spread your risk.
The FTSE 100 has suffered the sharpest fall in the bear market – should investors take note?
Is there anything which would cause the UK housing market to enter a sustained slump? Not if the government can help it.
The government’s new proposals could backfire.
Gold is not always the ‘safe haven’ that investors make it out to be.
Talk of a ‘W’ shaped recovery could be premature.
A flat tax was seen as too controversial prior to Covid but could the pandemic justify its introduction?
The stall in house-building could mean further property price inflation.
In other words, will we become Zimbabwe or Japan after Covid-19?