Pensions still most popular investment choice

James Phillips
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Pension funds remain the most preferred way to invest spare cash, according to research by HSBC Global Asset Management.

Just under a third (29.6%) of 189 investors surveyed said they prefer to invest in long-term savings and pensions, in comparison to other investment choices. However, the figure is slightly down...

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