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Brexit Rescue Bad News For Euro, Says DeVere’s Green

The Bank of England’s Brexit rescue plan for the UK economy is a bad move for the European Union, claims Nigel Green DeVere Group...

Currency Exchange Rates According To Burgernomics

If only economic theory was as simple as burgernomics – a straightforward guide to working out whether a currency is under or overvalued against...

Sterling On A Slippery Slope Against The US Dollar

The Bank of England has signalled an early warning to expats that the value of Sterling is on the slide and is like to...

Millions See No Point In Saving For Retirement

Millions of over 50s have given up on saving for retirement because they believe their money will only be grabbed by the government to...

Top Scams Trapping Investors Seeking High Returns

Scammers are cashing in as savers look for investments offering higher returns than rates offered by cash in the bank. Investors yielding to the temptation...

Living The Retirement Dream Costs £225,000

If you are retired and can tick these boxes, then you are living the dream according to the latest research by a pension provider: You...

Middle-Aged In A Financial Mess As Retirement Nears

Middle-aged workers are feeling the financial pinch and are the most and are most likely not to have any retirement savings. Millions aged between 45...

Sterling Pounded As Experts Look For Hidden Meaning

Predicting the future is the name of the foreign exchange game – but it seems most so-called experts don’t have much of an idea...

Retiring To Spain Can Cost Expats Dear

Retiring overseas to eke out a miserly pension is no longer a viable option for many British pensioners. Government spending controls and a wayward Pound...

Plunging Pound Hits Expat Pensioners Spending Power

Retiring overseas has cost thousands of British expat pensioners around £10.6 billion since the credit crisis due to the falling value of the Pound...

Brit Expats Switch Their Cash Out Of Sterling

British expats are switching their money out of Sterling and stashing their cash in local currencies to take advantage of higher savings rates. Bank base...

Expat Pension Pound Slumps 50% Less In 10 Years

There’s more bad news for British expat pensioners as new research shows income has fallen by 50% in the past 10 years - and...

Japanese Economy Gives Investors A Yen For Risk

A number of different factors have joined together to encourage investors to ditch safe assets and head for riskier investments. Many professional investors are heading...

How The UK Credit Rating Slip Hits The Expat Pound

Sterling has plummeted against other major currencies following the loss of the UK’s AAA credit rating – and the falling value is likely to...

How Expats Can Earn More From Currency

For expats living and working abroad there is an issue when it comes to being paid in Pounds Sterling and that’s when it comes...

Pound Rises as UK Pulls Free of Recession

The Pound has risen on international money markets as Britain has pulled free of double dip recession with the best quarterly growth for five...

Where the Pound buys most for overseas property people

Buying a home in Orlando, Florida, gives investors most value for money, according to HSBC Bank’s first overseas property report. A typical £125,000 budget will...

Pound powers to highest for a year against dollar

The Pound climbed to a 13-month high against the US Dollar after the UK government released better than expected borrowing figures. The Pound hit $1.63...

Euro slumps to four year low against the Pound

Expats finally have some good financial news as the Pound soars to a four-year high against the Euro. One euro is now worth just 77p...

Euro plunges deeper against Sterling and the US dollar

The euro is taking another pounding as currency markets expressed doubts that recent promises to shore up the failing currency will come to fruition. Sterling...