Have we at last reached a tipping point in the discussion around climate change? The news will be full of Extinction Rebellion protests for the next two weeks but those aren’t the only signs that demands for a more sustainable world are gaining traction.
To discuss that, and the implications for investors, Tom Stevenson is here.
Millennials love to complain that baby Boomers have had it easy - and Baby Boomers reply back that Millennials don’t know their born - but which generation has been the luckiest, financially speaking?
Tom Stevenson joins to help answer that vexed question.
And then it's our interview with Raheel Altaf, manager of the Artemis Global Emerging Markets Fund.
Japan is in the spotlight with a Rugby World Cup kicking off this month and an Olympics to look forward to next summer.
In investment terms, however, Japan’s market has tended to rank among the also-rans for UK investors - often struggling to keep pace with other major markets around the world.
To find out why, and what the prospects for Japan are now - we sat down recently with Jeff Atherton, a manager on the Man GLG Japan CoreAlpha fund.
We all know that clearing debts should be one of your first financial priorities, and that clearing the most expensive debt first should be top of your list. Right?
Wrong. Or at least wrong when it comes to student loans. Today we’ll focus on one of the most misunderstood areas of financial life, and why repaying your student loan early could be a big mistake.
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Last week sterling fell to its lowest level versus the dollar since October 2016 and when it comes to spending in euros on the continent, UK holidaymakers will struggle to get better than one-for-one for their pounds and pence once all fees and charges are taken into account.
To discuss what, if anything, you can do to limit the damage, we’re joined by Dan Lane.
Today on the show, we’re attempting to look past the short-term noise in markets to guess at what the next five to ten years will look like in the global economy.
Once Trump and Brexit have begun to fade into memory - what then?
This week we’re taking a look at a growing crisis in the health service that has been caused by the pension system. The Tapered Annual Allowance is hideously complicated, and it’s the reason many doctors have chosen to work fewer hours, treat fewer patients and even retire early in the past year.
We’ll also discuss the worrying growth figures from last week.
We react to the worst days for stock markets this year. There’s a familiar cocktail of negative headlines swirling about, but market’s reaction to them seems to have changed - why? And how should investors react now? Tom Stevenson is here to explain.