Will Railton

(Staff)

I'm deputy money editor at City A.M. I focus on personal finance and investing. I'm particularly interested in macroeconomics, pensions and politics. Contact me at william.railton@cityam.com. 

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Inflation should be a concern for investors as well as consumers. The Bank of England anticipates that price rises will accelerate [...]

23 March
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The reasons Silicon Valley financier Peter Thiel may have had for bankrolling a lawsuit brought by former wrestler Terry Bollea [...]

22 March
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A lot can happen in a tax year. For Brits looking to use their Isa allowance to invest in stocks and shares before the window [...]

22 March
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In 2000, the Clinton administration commissioned a secret report called Life After Debt. The federal government had managed [...]

21 March
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The weeks leading up to George Osborne’s Budget statements were filled with frenzied speculation. [...]

1 March
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As the anti-globalisation stone gathers moss, political risk has been weighing on the minds of investors. Many worry that the [...]

28 February
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Your gold-plated final salary pension may lose some of its shine, if the ideas put forward in a new government consultation [...]

22 February
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"Fool me twice, shame on me,” goes the idiom. Caught out by shock victories for the Leave and Trump campaigns in 2016, investors [...]

21 February
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For the silver generation, this truly is a golden age. Two reports released in the last week indicate that pensioners have never [...]

15 February
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It wasn't hard to spot the irony when Paul Flowers, chairman of the avowedly ethical Co-Operative Bank and a methodist minister, [...]

14 February
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Inflation is a real bogeyman for investors, and it rankles most when you don’t see it coming. Few predicted the oil price [...]

8 February
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"Robots are coming to take our jobs,” scream the headlines. The debate around automation has become alarmingly dichotomous [...]

7 February
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It's a convenient excuse – we all vow to save more when we earn more. A new survey by YouGov for Zurich UK of British adults [...]

1 February
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Anyone hoping that Donald Trump’s campaign promises were just talk can’t have been encouraged by this weekend’s events. [...]

31 January
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As China prepares to ring in the year of the Fire Rooster this weekend, its central bank has ordered lenders to strictly control [...]

27 January
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