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Revolut launches free stock trading: should you invest?

Revolut has launched a free stock trading platform for its 'Metal' customers. Find out how it works and whether it's worth investing in.

Challenger bank Monzo hits £20m crowdfunding target in less than three hours – did you invest?

The challenger bank successfully raises a record amount from its 1m customers to fund its burgeoning expansion

Lloyds Bank bans Bitcoin credit card payments

Lloyds customers looking to invest in the likes of Bitcoin, Etherium and LiteCoin no longer have the option to invest using their credit card

Non-NS&I ‘Pensioner Bonds’ put your capital at risk

Elderly people are being encouraged to put their money into a non-government backed investment product by adverts suggesting ‘Pensioner Bonds Are Back’.  The Fixed Income Pensioner Bonds, launched by Basset & Gold,...

Can a robot give financial advice?

New guidance setting out how artificial intelligence services can give streamlined financial advice has been published by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).  As part of its Financial Advice Market Review,...

Pension funds forced to disclose hidden costs

Firms managing money on behalf of workplace pensions will be required to tell scheme administrators how much they’ve spent trading assets, according to new rules published today by City watchdog...

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Should you invest in a ‘Brexit Bond’?

Think you’re politically savvy? A new two year fixed-term bond is challenging savers to predict the economic effects of Brexit, offering a bonus for those who guess right. The Family Building...

stocks and shares Isa investment

The stress-free way to use your Isa allowance this year

Today marks exactly a month until the doors shut on another tax year, and time is running out to use the remainder of your £15,240 Isa allowance.  Isa are accounts that allow you...

How not to invest your stocks and shares Isa

Actively-managed funds may not be worth the added expense for investors, according to new Which? research.   These funds, which come in the form of unit trusts or open-ended investment...

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