Why Mrs May MUST stand up for savers: Government needs to think creatively and not just wait around for inflation to increase

Theresa May's call for interest rates that give a decent return on investments will be music to the ears of legions of British savers.
Since the financial crisis hit more than eight years ago, cash savers have suffered from negligible returns, making life harder for those dependent on nest eggs built up through a lifetime of work and thrift.
This has made making ends meet a huge challenge for many, with the base interest rate now just 0.25 per cent.
Senior economists at the International Monetary Fund warn that the era of low interest rates and quantitative easing – the printing of billions... read more

12 October 2016 in Business, Views: 41
Source: Daily Mail

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