One-fifth of UK investors are increasing their exposure to debt amid low interest rates and Brexit uncertainty, according to research from FJP Investment, which found this number climbs to 34% when 18-to-35 year-olds are considered in isolation.
However, the independent survey - which comprises 950 investors - discovered 44% of participants are more focused on short-term debt investments over this financial year due to both political and economic...
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