Last week the Bank of England marked the sixth anniversary of record low interest rates by holding the base rate at 0.5 per cent. Hargreaves Lansdown claims that in six years savers have lost £130bn as a result. For investors, woeful bond market returns including Swiss and German bonds' entry to negative territory, have only made the hunt for income more difficult.
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