Following Twitter’s recent floatation on the New York Stock Exchange, the latest research from the UK’s largest execution only stockbroker reveals its clients’ appetite for investing in technology stocks.
Leeds Building Society has launched a long-term fixed rate monthly income bond paying a guaranteed return of 4%, which is eight times Bank of England Base Rate (BBR), for 10 years.
As Amec updates the market Helal Miah, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, explains why he recommends investors ‘buy’ the stock.
As Rolls Royce updates the market Helal Miah, investment research analyst at The Share Centre, explains why he recommends investors ‘buy’ the stock.
Virgin Money is launching a new range of savings accounts. They offer choice for customers depending on whether they want instant access to their savings, or are happy to invest for a longer period of time for a higher return.
The Junior ISA celebrates its second birthday on the 1st November and for the first time a majority (57%) of parents are aware of the long-term children’s saving product.
One in five savers (21%) have less than £500 put aside, with one in ten (11%) having less than £100 in savings.
Kames Capital has launched a closed-ended version of the successful Active Value Property Fund with founding investor commitments of £115m.
Skipton Building Society is maintaining its attractive range of fixed rate bonds, e-bonds and ISAs, which have proved extremely popular with savers.
Analysis from Barclays Stockbrokers has revealed fund investors continued to purchase UK focused funds last month, with 11 of the top 20 purchased funds by clients having a UK focus.
Virgin Money is launching a new range of fixed rate bonds and fixed rate cash ISAs. The new accounts are available to open in Virgin Money stores, as well as online, over the telephone and by post with interest rates the same through all distribution channels.
The West Brom has launched two new savings products with market leading rates of 3.15% fixed over five years to give greater returns to customers.
Schroders has announced the launch of Schroder ISF Global Recovery, a new fund which will invest in global companies which have suffered a severe set-back in either share price or profitability, but where the long term prospects are forecast to be good.
Schroders has announced the launch of SIF - Core Insurance Linked Securities, which has the flexibility to invest in both catastrophe bonds and other insurance-linked securities (ILS) instruments.
Nationwide has added five new equity funds to its investment panel to expand customer choice.
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