Taking Stock 

An upholsterer's guide to investing

Taking Stock

An upholsterer's guide to investing

Last week’s 0.25 per cent interest rate rise from the Bank of England precipitated a suitably frothy reaction from some sections of the media. But if it forms part of a wider push to ‘normalise’ monetary policy among the G10 central banks then it could herald a nervy period for equity investors, particularly if you subscribe to the theory that because returns are so low on bonds, investors are willing to accept more risk on shares.

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