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Daily Financial Advice from Money Morning

Hold onto your cash – negative rates could be coming here soon

Negative interest rates are fast becoming established as a central bank tool. Matthew Lynn looks at the three triggers that could see interest rates going negative here.


The post Hold onto your cash – negative rates could be coming here soon was first published on MoneyWeek.

Malaysia’s curious corruption case

A state fund transferring a $681m donation to the PM’s account, dissenting ministers sacked and $4bn misappropriated – Malaysian democracy is under threat, says Simon Wilson.


The post Malaysia’s curious corruption case was first published on MoneyWeek.

The assets to buy now – February 2016

Asset allocation is at least as important as individual share selection. So where should you be putting your money? Here’s our monthly take on the major asset classes.


The post The assets to buy now – February 2016 was first published on MoneyWeek.

The pound hit my 1.45 target – and then some

John C Burford said the pound would get interesting. But as it turned out, even that was an understatement.


The post The pound hit my 1.45 target – and then some was first published on MoneyWeek.

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Comment on Hugo Dixon: why Britain is better off in Europe by karlyboy

A lot of his points have been dismissed by more senior and experts of greater stature. I do not need to waffle. I can say this.

Facts
1. We are at a big net EU trade loss . They need us more than we need them
2. Sir Digby Jone ex head of CBI is on record stating its twaddle we would lose out or jobs. The UK is a global economy
3. The EU ignores the UK bit takes our money. We influence nothing. The French and Germans stitch it up for themselves
4. Border control and security is out of control with the EU. It does not work.
5. Loss of our fisheries cost us 2 billion a year
6. Member of the club 20 blllion and 26 billion in red tape. Whatever the true figues its too much regardless
7. Our agreements are ignored like the 3rd Greek bailout
8. They lied about CAP reform after we agreed in exchange to give up part of the rebate. Another FRENCH racket in the EU.
9. The EURO and the fact the EU is shrinking economically. The commonwealth is growing.

9 good reasons over an article of complete nonsense and waffle.

Comment on I may be buying a flat there, but I still think London house prices will crash by Oil Barren

This article scares me from investing in London property. I am considering moving from Aberdeen where the oil price has wreaked havoc to London and buying a £2m house to live in and also as an investment. I am looking around the Slough / Maidenhead area. Is it worth making such a large investment in London, particularly in the country house sector?

Comment on London house prices: more problems in the new-build sector by HazyTown

Can I ask the source for the 18000 homes under construction please? I can't find it on Google.

Comment on Hugo Dixon: why Britain is better off in Europe by THX-1177

Or it's down to the inherent complexities of the accounts. They have also been signed off since 2007.

Errors are inevitable with such large sums, the errors can amount to huge sums that to the public would look strange. Such errors can happen at all national levels and even mega-corporation levels.

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