We’re gearing up for Christmas here at Informed Choice, with the big Cranleigh Christmas Lights Switch On taking place tomorrow.
We started the week on the website by sharing the video Martin and Nick made last week, featuring a conversation with the award-winning pianist Costanza Principe.
The next performance in this Informed Choice sponsored classical recital series takes place at 1pm on Wednesday 3rd December, featuring a cello recital by Leander Kippenberg. You can get your tickets here.
Back to personal finance and investing, economic growth is slowing down again in the eurozone, but what does this mean for further monetary stimulus? Martin explains in this post.
This was also the week that Martin gained his second Chartered title, becoming a Chartered Wealth Manager with the Chartered Institute of Securities & Investment (CISI).
Nick looked ahead to the Autumn Statement next week, sharing the view from Fidelity International that George Osborne should defer making further planned changes to pensions legislation.
The latest inflation figures are in and we still have negative inflation. What does this mean for the interest rate outlook?
Shelley asked in this post, who wears the financial trousers in your relationship? According to some new research, two thirds of UK households take joint decisions about their finances, but women are taking the lead in the majority of purchasing decisions.
The Informed Choice Podcast celebrated a milestone of 50 episodes this week. Listen to episode 50 for the latest personal finance and investing news headlines, as well as Martin reflecting on the first half century.
We hope you have an excellent weekend.