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The Tilney Investment Podcast – summer investment themes: is gold still a ‘safe haven’?

This edition of our podcast features Harry Morgan, an Investment Director, and Ben Seager-Scott, Tilney’s Head of Multi-asset Funds. They look at what has been happening in the markets and discuss current investment themes

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Highlights of this episode

01:10 – Ben’s analysis of markets over the summer with a focus on gold

05:20 – Fiscal policies in the UK: how will the Government try to boost consumption?

08:45 – Ben explains the different drivers pushing interest rates lower

10:26 – The most popular areas for investors: equities, gold and corporate bonds

13:48 – Fear VS optimism – the ‘financial crisis’ battle

19:03 – The EU recovery fund: good news or bad news?

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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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