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The Tilney Investment Podcast – is the Bank of England preparing for negative interest rates?

This edition of our podcast features Caroline Connell, an Investment Director, and Ben Seager-Scott, Tilney’s Head of Multi-asset Funds. They discuss the latest market news and the possibility of negative interest rates in the UK

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Highlights of this episode

01:47 – Ben discusses the beginning of 2021

06:03 – Most markets look “different shades of expensive” right now, but there could be pockets of value, according to Ben

10:36 – Emerging markets: “there are reasons to be positive, but selectivity is key”, says Ben

13:50 – Reddit, GameStop and the stock market: Ben’s point of view

18:06 – The Bank of England isn’t likely to implement negative interest rates imminently but wants to keep all the options on the table, says Ben

19:59 – Sustainable investing could be a major theme for the foreseeable future, according to Ben

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If you have any feedback about the podcast or ideas for future episodes, we would love to hear from you. You can get in touch by emailing podcast@tilney.co.uk or calling us on 020 3811 3625.

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