Phil Oakley 

Investing in a world of negative interest rates

Phil Oakley

Investing in a world of negative interest rates

Saving and investing is all about interest rates. Interest rates tell you how much money you are getting back compared with how much you have invested. Since the financial crisis, interest rates across the world have been slashed and in some parts of it have turned negative, meaning that lenders are having to pay borrowers rather than receiving interest for doing so. This bizarre state of affairs is making it increasingly difficult for investors to know what to do with their money.

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