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All that glitters….Is gold the most obvious buy in the market?

All that glitters….Is gold the most obvious buy in the market?

Gold has been one of the worst investments anyone could have made over the last four years. Fuelled by central bank buying and a weak dollar, the world’s oldest store of value rocketed after the crisis in 2008 as investors, fearing the end of the financial world as we knew it, reverted to real assets to protect their wealth.

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Young Money Report

MRM’s second annual Young Money report, “Generation Austerity” looks at attitudes of young people towards pressing issues, including immigration, entitlement to Government handouts and financial services, and how these have been coloured by the uncertain economic and political environment that many in this age group have grown up in. Read More.

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Brexit Britain? – stranger things have happened

Britain’s membership of the EU is one of the most important features of British economic policy. However, by the time of the next general election in 2020 it could be a thing of the past. Thanks to the proposed referendum, on membership Britain could commence the so called ‘Brexit’ before the end of 2017.

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