Overhaul impact on 'linkers' to be assessed
RPI, tax avoidance and biodiversity
Would reduce investor payments by £1bn a year
UK consumer price inflation assumed its downwards trajectory once more in July following a sharp spike the previous month.
Fund managers have backed financials, retailers, and housebuilders to benefit following the latest move down in UK inflation.
UK Consumer Prices Index (CPI) inflation fell in the year to May, after the previous month saw its first climb in 10 months.
The rate of UK CPI inflation rose in the year to April, the first increase in ten months, according to the Office for National Statistics.
Scott Jamieson's Kames Inflation Linked fund is set to change its benchmark and investment objective, and will move from the IMA Mixed Investment 0%-35% Shares sector to the Specialist sector.
UK consumer prices index (CPI) inflation remained stable in September at 2.7%.
Official consumer prices index (CPI) inflation is expected to dip this week when official figures are released.
The UK's headline inflation rate fell back to 2.8% in July, matching analysts' expectations, the latest data has revealed.
The idea of absolute return investing generates an enormous amount of hot air and vitriolic debate for what is a relatively small amount of money.
The Chancellor is on a collision course with bond markets over plans to change how inflation is calculated.
Welcome back! 2013 is upon us and no doubt there will be many serious conversations with clients about ‘what to expect' from the New Year.
The UK's main inflation rate has fallen to 2.2% in September from 2.5% in August, dropping to its lowest level for three years.
The Office for National Statistics has proposed a new inflation measure to replace the Consumer Prices Index (CPI) which would include housing costs in the calculation.
Inflation in the UK dropped in April, beating the consensus forecast.
Bond heavyweights have begun shorting UK gilts ahead of an expected correction, warning yields have reached ‘extreme' lows.
Investors have come under increased pressure to inflation-proof their portfolios as a fresh spike in CPI and RPI raised doubts levels will drop back to the Bank of England's 2% target in 2012.
The UK has spent the last few days discussing how to pay for retirement and old age.