There’s no doubt about it. The UK’s decision to leave the European Union certainly caused an economic shake up this year.
An ethical way to invest
At Skipton we’ve developed a new socially responsible fund panel, to help people invest in a way that matches their ethical and moral views.
What does Trump’s victory mean for markets?
Donald Trump has achieved one of the most improbable triumphs in modern US political history after being elected as president – prompting uncertainty over what this means for the economy and stock markets.
The EU Referendum – what next?
With the UK set to leave the European Union (EU) following June’s Referendum, it’s a little uncertain what will happen next and how this could affect your investments.
What does the base rate reduction mean for long-term savers?
On Thursday 4 August 2016, the Bank of England reduced base rate to a new historic low of 0.25% - as a result of the Brexit slowdown - which could see banks and building societies reducing their interest rates even further.
Brexit: do you need help monitoring your investments?
The June 24 Referendum result has huge consequences for the future of the United Kingdom, triggering many questions that for the moment are unanswerable.
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