In theory, there’s nothing really wrong with ‘ethical investing’, says Merryn Somerset Webb. But when it comes down to the practice, things get complicated.
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Even if Scotland votes No, the outlook for Britain is dire, says Merryn Somerset Webb. Our global reputation as a safe haven has been badly damaged.
Scotland’s NHS has nothing to fear from Westminster, says Merryn Somerset Webb. It’s already in Scottish hands.
Studying for a degree is a significant financial investment these days. Is it worth it? Merryn Somerset Webb reports.
Anything connected with Scotland will drop in price if voters choose Yes, says Merryn Somerset Webb. That could present investors with a buying opportunity.
A Yes vote could be very bad for house prices in Scotland, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
Merryn Somerset Webb explains what a vote for Scottish independence would mean for her finances – and for yours.
The rise of Scotland’s Yes camp is a backlash against globalisation – hugely exacerbated by the financial crisis. It’s a worrying development.
Keeping Scotland’s service-based economy going requires certainty, says Merryn Somerset Webb. It won’t get that if it votes for independence.
The ECB’s monetary easing policy is nice for the banks, but it won’t do anything to help the wider economy, says Merryn Somerset Webb.