Weekly Round-Up – Friday 1st July 2016

What next for investment markets?Happy Friday, readers! It’s time to catch up.

Here are some of the things that we covered at Informed Choice this week.

On the blog this week

With the introduction of this new secondary annuity market comes some big concerns about consumer protection.

Have you ever wondered how your spending habits compare to others?

New research conducted by Royal London has found that there has been an increase of diagnoses of serious illnesses. So why is no one taking any action?

It turns out that Brexit will not be the death blow to the UK economy, at least not according to this investment expert.

The latest podcast episodes

Does the thought of living to celebrate your 100th birthday fill you with dread? Or can you see the potential for a more stimulating future as a result of having so much extra time?

In our latest podcast interview, Martin speaks to Professor Andrew Scott about his new book, The 100-Year Life.

How will Brexit affect your investments? In the weekly episode of Informed Choice Radio, Martin speaks to Ben Kumar from Seven Investment Management and Chris Fleming from Distribution Technology.

Informed Choice in the press

Martin was quoted in The Financial Times, in an article about the impact of Brexit on investment funds.

Martin was also quoted in FE Trustnet in this article about its readers remaining positive on UK equities.

Before you go

One of the local events we are pleased to sponsor is the Jigsaw Run 10k. This will be the fifth year of the event and it takes place on Sunday 27th November at Dunsfold Park near Cranleigh.

Online entries opened earlier this week at www.sportsystems.co.uk/ss/event/JigsawRun10k20162. We hope to see you there!

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