Articles by Gary Adams

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    Bank of England

    Bonds have enjoyed what many investors have termed a ‘multi-decade bull run’, but many fear that this may be coming to an end soon. Bond prices have fallen in the wake of recent political events - including the Brexit vote, the Trump election victory and, most recently, the chancellor’s Autumn Statement.

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    Today marks a significant date for the much-loved Isa (Individual savings account) – as well as being the start of the 2017/18 financial year, it’s also the day the Isa turns 18. So don’t be surprised if you see one stocking up on cheap supermarket wine later tonight.

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    Make sure you're up to date with all the latest news, tips and guides by checking our 10 most popular stories on Moneywise.co.uk in March 2017.

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    New coin

    The new £1 coin is out today – its first revision since it was introduced in 1983. At 34 years old, the pound coin is a good case study on the power of inflation, which has become more of an issue for consumers in recent months.

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    Old woman

    With a significant amount of people retiring without a pension, according to new research published this week by Prudential, it’s no surprise that new figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show a doubling of the numbers of women leaving work after 70.

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    The next generation

    You may recall that last week, the Association of Investment Companies (AIC) unveiled its list of ‘dividend heroes’. Naturally, Moneywise reported on this.

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    The latest fund from Neil Woodford, probably one of the best-known British fund managers today, is now open for investors. Called CF Woodford Income Focus, it will aim to deliver high returns.

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    Car insurance

    Motorists will see their premiums rise by as much as £100 a year after changes to compensation payout rules take force today.

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    Easter eggs

    The Moneywise team takes on the ‘eggstremely’ difficult job of putting the major supermarkets’ own-brand chocolate eggs to the test.

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    Government shares in Lloyds falls to under 3%

    The UK government, which had to purchase £20.3 billion worth of shares in Lloyds Banking Group in 2008 as the financial crises began to bite, has announced today that it has sold £19.5 billion worth of these.