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Tax Year End - 2015 Spring into action: think ISAs

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23 March 2015

Invesco Perpetual

Whether you are a new ISA investor or topping up your existing ISA, the deadline for investing in the current tax year is 5 April 2015.

Learn more about tax year end deadlines

Martin Walker looks back over the all-time highs and lows since 1999

Article

20 March 2015

Martin Walker, UK equities Fund Manager, Invesco Perpetual

The FTSE 100 index recovering its previous all-time high masks some seismic changes since 1999.

Read more about Martin Walker’s view on the big investment related changes now that the FTSE 100 index has regained its previous all-time high.

The boost to the UK economy from lower oil prices

Article

02 March 2015

Martin Walker, UK equity fund manager, Invesco Perpetual

One of the most talked about price movements over the last few months has been the decline in the oil price.

Read more about the boost to the UK economy

Deflation. Why the concern? Jonathan Brown, UK equity fund manager, explains.

Article

02 March 2015

Jonathan Brown, UK Equity fund manager, Invesco Perpetual

If inflation is the description of the rate at which prices are rising then deflation is the opposite i.e. the rate at which prices are falling.

Read more about deflation