Skipton Insight: investing in Brexit
The clock is ticking for the UK. There is barely a year to go before the two-year notice period to leave the European Union expires, with a great deal for the government still to agree. What Brexit is ultimately going to look like, no one knows.
Skipton Insight: investing with a conscience
For many investors, achieving a strong return isn’t the only objective. Alongside investing towards achieving their objectives, they want to feel assured their money is being used to support causes and issues close to their heart, or steer clear of areas/sectors they have moral objections towards. Find out more here.
Skipton Insight: Our 2017 review of markets
Following a strong 2016, this has been another positive year for investors. Find out more here.
2017 Autumn Budget: our view of how it might affect your personal finances
It was a Budget of few surprises. Chancellor Philip Hammond’s hour-long Budget speech featured familiar topics and soundbites about the government’s spending plans. But below the headlines about abolishing stamp duty for first time buyers on properties below £300,000, how will your personal finances be affected?
What does this interest rate rise mean?
After weeks of speculation and hints from the Bank of England, today the first rate hike in over a decade was confirmed.
How can I tell if I’ve invested in a good fund?
As so much can change over the time you invest, what was once a ‘good’ fund for you may no longer be the case – and it might not be working how it’s supposed to. Find out more here.