Shares trounce cash by £6,400 since the crisis: While rates were cut, stocks had decade long rally



Savers who have left their money languishing in low- interest rate current accounts since the financial crisis have missed out on more than £6,400 of potential returns, figures show.
Number crunching from Fidelity International has shown that a sum of £10,000 invested in the average UK savings account at the start of the crisis would now be worth just £10,461.
The £461 return pales in comparison to the money made by the UK stock market – £10,000 invested in the FTSE All-Share index at the beginning of the crisis would now be worth £16,846, a whopping £6,846 return.
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11 August 2017 in Business, Views: 52
Source: Daily Mail
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