Harlequins seeks to raise £7.5 million to fund future...
Burford Capital, a company that provides litigation finance...
Retail Charity Bonds PLC announces the early closure of the...
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In February 2010, the London Stock Exchange launched its new electronic bond market for retail investors, the Order Book for Retail Bonds (“ORB”)
A Bond is simply an 'IOU' in which an investor agrees to loan money to an individual,
company or government in exchange for a predetermined interest rate. If a business
wants to expand...
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Most people know that in the long-run, nothing beats the stock market. This being
the case, why would anyone invest in bonds? Although they pale in comparison to
equities in the long run...
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Predictability – A bond, because it is a loan, carries an interest rate and as a
contract to the borrower the interest is paid in a fixed sum or index linked sum
on specific dates each year...
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Those wishing to achieve a better rate of return from their money than they could
get from a bank account and seeking to take more control of their financial future...
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Individual savings accounts (ISAs) and self-invested personal pensions (SIPPs) are
both tax-efficient wrappers that can be used to save money for retirement...
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Retail Charity Bonds PLC announces the early closure of the Charities Aid Foundation Retail Charity Bond offering 5% due 2026
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