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Cash ISA rates nudge up: is it worth ditching your stocks and shares ISA?

Cash ISA rates are creeping up. So, is now the time to rethink your plans to open a stocks and…

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The majority of ISA holders shun stocks and shares ISAs: here’s why it matters

A new survey reveals that the majority of ISA holders are staying clear of stocks and shares ISAs. Karl Talbot…

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Revealed! The big factor young investors take into account before investing

New research reveals one very important factor that young investors take into account before picking and choosing investments.

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Revealed! Returns a typical investor can expect to make over the next 3 years

New research shines a light on how much typical investors hope to earn over the next three years. Karl Talbot…

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Metal credit cards are growing in popularity: here’s why I’m not a fan

Metal credit cards are all the rage right now as providers try to enhance their offerings with a 'premium' feel.…

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How have aerospace stocks performed so far this year?

Aerospace stocks have had mixed fortunes so far in 2022, with BAE Systems the biggest riser. Here's a closer look…

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Young investors are more likely to vote at AGMs than older investors: here’s why

New research reveals that young investors are generally more engaged than older investors when it comes to AGM voting. Karl…

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Government dumps more NatWest shares: here’s why it’s significant

The government has sold more of its shareholding in NatWest. Here's why its latest sale has been described as an…

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