International investors are buying record amounts of UK government bonds as the Bank of England’s £75bn QE programme spurs demand, with the yield on the 10-year gilt hitting a new record low.
However, a leading economist said this does not mean the UK is necessarily a safe haven from the eurozone crisis. The government’s long-term benchmark borrowing costs have fallen to lows last seen...
The requirement to equalise guaranteed minimum pensions (GMPs) may never come to fruition under Brexit but schemes should not be complacent, according to Geraldine Brassett.
Pension experts have blasted auto-enrolment (AE) as “a glorified ISA” and "pointless scheme", warning savers will not get a decent retirement pot.
The pensions minister has said investing in growth boosting and social projects could be part of a solution for deficit-ridden schemes struggling with falling gilt yields.
The Labour party will work to ensure the fallout from Brexit does not undermine the sustainability of the UK’s economy and pensions system according to Angela Rayner.