What was in the money sections of the weekend’s papers? (06/09/2021)

Category: News

Investors eye labour market inflation risks

This opinion piece in the Financial Times speculates on how inflation may bring the recent good run on the markets to an end. It is penned by John Redwood who is writing from the non-biased position of being chief global strategist of a firm that charges fees for investment management. You can find what we believe works best when investing here.

Four weeks to financial fitness: 28 steps to get your money into shape

This article in the Guardian has a number of useful tips for anyone looking to improve their finances. I would add number 29 which is talking to an adviser about whether advice might be of help.

How Woodford investors lost £1.1bn from bungled fire sale

Could more have been made from the disposal of the £3.46bn Equity Income fund? David Brenchley does the sums in this article in the Times. It does give an insight into how the saga has lost investors’ money. One comment would be if the assets had not been sold it easily could have gone the other way.

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