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?
Just about every letter of the alphabet has been used to predict our economic future but which one will come true?
With shares, we spread risk but with property it’s a case of all in.
It’s hard to see the point of second homes when for much of this crisis, people have been prohibited from using them.
1.5 per cent of all the world’s listed shares are owned by Norway’s sovereign wealth fund – it’s time we followed their lead.
While other sectors have faced the full brunt of the Covid downturn, the tech sector seems eerily unscathed.
Many ‘mortgage prisoners’ are unable to move their loan to another lender
The generosity of Rishi Sunak’s scheme will prompt furlough demands during every subsequent national crisis.
Outdoor space will be at the forefront of buyers’ minds for some time to come.
Those trying to predict what will happen next should take a hard look at their own bank accounts.
Negative interest rates have been a persistent fact of life in Britain and the pandemic has only entrenched them further.
From travel to car insurance, insurers are pocketing millions during lockdown whilst being reticent to pay out.
Covid-19 has put the housing market on hold while the equity market is in free fall – which will fare better in the long run?
As it stands, the government has protected employees of big corporations but left the self-employed high and dry.