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Young adults significantly more likely to talk about money with their parents than past generations
UK families are opening up when it comes to conversations about money with their children, research by mutual insurer Royal London reveals.
UK GDP: Strong May, but still on recession watch
Melanie Baker, senior economist at Royal London Asset Management comments on this morning’s (13 July) UK GDP data.
Pound strengthens following PM resignation - RLAM Market reaction
Trevor Greetham, head of multi asset at Royal London Asset Management, comments on the news of the Prime Minister's resignation.
Royal London launches financial wellbeing service for workplace pension customers
Royal London, the UK’s largest mutual life and pensions provider, has launched a financial wellbeing service to help more than 1.5 million new and existing workplace pension customers with their finances.
Pensioners encouraged to check eligibility for pension credit as part of awareness initiative
Sarah Pennells, consumer finance specialist, comments on the DWP’s Pension Credit Awareness Day, an initiative designed to encourage more pensioners on low incomes to access help with bills and a top up to their monthly income.
Inflation at a 40 year high
Melanie Baker, senior economist at Royal London Asset Management, comments on this morning's UK inflation figures.
UK Debt Office gilt syndication: a worrying outcome for the UK market
Ben Nicholl, fund manager at Royal London Asset Management, comments on the UK Debt Office’s gilt syndication announcement.
Will inflation climb higher still?
The latest ONS figures show inflation rising to 9.1% in May, up from 9% in April. Sarah Pennells, consumer finance specialist at Royal London, comments.
Borrowers hit the hardest as interest rate climbs to highest level in 13 years
The Bank of England announced today the interest rate is rising to 1.25%. Sarah Pennells, consumer finance specialist at Royal London, comments on the rate rise.