Tag Archives: interest rates

Flat Rates Outlook Adds Lustre To 7% Managed Portfolio Service

All the uncertainty surrounding Brexit has built a consensus among analysts that interest rates aren’t going up any time soon. With that in mind, we thought we’d offer a brief reminder of the attractions of our managed portfolio service, with its net 7 per cent yield. Managed Portfolio Service Clients of the Money&Co Portfolio Service […]

Alternative Finance Options Post-Brexit – Plus Loan Latest

One of our favourite alternative-finance writers, Harriet Green of CityA.M. (not the chunky bowler pictured above, obviously – but cricket is relevant), looks at minibonds, in the light of the recent base-rate cut and the Brexit decision. “Following the Brexit decision, lower interest rates are likely to see investors looking for alternative ways of seeking […]

Growth Figures OK, But Rate Rise Talk Overdone

The going’s been tough, but now, at last, the tough get growing… Today’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) figures for the second quarter of 2015 have brought some happier news. There was some concern when the economy only delivered 0.4 per cent growth in the first quarter and this was partly attributed to the impending election. The […]

Europe To Dodge Deflation, US Rates To Rest Easy – And Loans Latest

Money&Co. CEO, Nicola Horlick, offers a view of where the European and US economies are going in The Huffington Post. This, of course, ultunately affects the performance of th UK economy – and the prospects of the borrowing small and medium-sized enterprises that we bring together with people, the Money&Co. lenders. Here’s the first part of Nicola’s […]