Month: June 2016

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June Market Commentary

May was the month when you could be forgiven for thinking that there was only one event in the world that mattered: the continuing debate on the UK’s membership of the EU. But while the claims and counter-claims of Messrs Cameron, Osborne, Johnson and Gove filled the airwaves and dominated the headlines, for the rest […]

What does property look like as an investment after 2016’s changes?

The buy-to-let market has already seen some significant changes in 2016, perhaps most significantly the increase in stamp duty on any property you own other than your primary home. What this means for those looking to invest their money in property is that the market may not offer the same kind of sound investment that […]

The unexpected financial influence of “The Bank of Mum and Dad”

Recently released data suggests that “The Bank of Mum and Dad” will lend out £5 billion this year to children looking to get on the UK property ladder. Parents will therefore be assisting in financing one in four of all UK mortgage transactions in 2016. The average loan amount will be £17,500, around 7% of […]

The financial implications of Trump vs. Clinton

No matter what your personal feelings about those currently battling it out to be the 45th President of the United States of America, there’s no doubt that this campaign year will be remembered as one of the most unusual and unpredictable in history. Although the election won’t have a direct impact upon the UK, it’s […]