Nearly three-quarters (73 per cent) of adults believe that the Covid-19 extended lockdown will trigger a rise in divorce rates across the country, according to a new study by Handelsbanken Wealth Management.
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New research from MBH Corporation reveals that 94 per cent of institutional investors and IFAs believe the small and micro-cap sectors currently represent good opportunities for investors.
Retail investors around the world are pouring money into US tech stocks amid the recent rally in global share prices, new data from eToro reveals.
UK savers put GBP4.7 billion into retail funds in May 2020 building on the positive fund flows in April, according to latest figures published today by the Investment Association (IA).
A new report from Broadridge Financial Solutions has revealed that there were USD3 trillion in assets under management (AUM) in model portfolios at the end of Q1 2020.
As Brits contemplate an inevitable economic downturn due to Covid-19, many have started to explore how best they can grow their personal finances to safeguard their future. One of the primary considerations to do so has been making investments.
Britons with unspent discretionary income are set to accumulate GBP75.5 billion in savings in just three months as lockdown sparks a ‘money revolution’, according to eToro.
Advisers increasingly want to focus on financial planning rather than spend time on investment decision-making for clients, according to the latest annual adviser census from adviser-built wrap platform Nucleus.
Quilter research reveals one-in-three advised clients have spoken to their adviser during the pandemic and this is impacting how confident they feel about their finances
Three quarters of individuals say that the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has made them realise the importance of having a savings pot to fall back on in the event of unexpected circumstances.