Women face 'staggering' investment gap by 2030 due to lower average pay

£15,337 discrepancy between men and women – study

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The gender pay gap means women have a lower overall return on their investments than men
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The gender pay gap means women have a lower overall return on their investments than men

A new study has identified a "gender investment gap" that will widen to £15,000 by 2030.

The research by Freetrade found the gender pay gap means women stand to make a lower return on their investments than men if they start investing at the same time. Freetrade analysed how much investors...

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