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What makes the perfect pensions dashboard?

Thoughts of many in the industry will be on the ABI this week as it unveils the prototype of the pensions dashboard, the first genuine effort by the industry to create a system that allows people to see their pensions all in one place.

So what would the perfect dashboard look like? We spoke to a number of leading experts in the pensions industry on what, in their opinion, should be included and whether anything should be further considered to create a dashboard that works for everyone.

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Generation Austerity: Brexit and beyond

MRM’s fourth annual Young Money Report, “Generation Austerity: Brexit and beyond”, looks at the attitudes to finance of 1,000 18-25 year olds who have grown up in the dark shadow of austerity. Click here to read MRM’s latest report.

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Stagnation Generation: views from a millennial

Could millennials be the first generation ever to earn less than their predecessors? According to a new report by Laura Gardiner at the Resolution Foundation, that is a distinct possibility if current trends continue.

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ECB reactions

It is not surprising that the ECB did not cut rates further due to the unclear risk/ reward of having more negative rates. However, the ECB has tasked committees to evaluate stimulus options, which is laying the groundwork for a December policy move if necessary.

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