Your weekly digest of the biggest money stories from the last seven days.
My guest for this episode is Iona Bain, personal finance journalist and founder of the Young Money blog. Together we’ll help you get up to speed with what’s been going on. This week we’re looking at:
- How long it’ll take for people’s finances to recover from the pandemic
- Increases in young people and women investing
- Permanent working from home
- 90 hour working weeks
- & more
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- One in four people face at least one more year of money worries sparked by pandemic, charity says (Evening Standard)
- Goldman Sachs boss responds to leaked report into ‘inhumane’ working hours (Guardian)
- Daily Mirror publisher to shut London office with most staff working from home (Independent)
- Nationwide tells 13,000 staff to ‘work anywhere’ (BBC)
- Big banks’ trillion-dollar finance for fossil fuels ‘shocking’, says report (Guardian)
- ‘Thrill of investing’ leads young to take risks (BBC)
- New Alan Turing £50 note design is revealed (BBC)
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