- The UK benchmark equity index for the large-caps - the FTSE 100 managed to trade in a smaller band as it was supported by the US-China trade optimism and reassuring Chinese economic data.
- However, PM Johnson’s comments to use his mandate to stop any delay of the Brexit switch period beyond 2020 sent the index lower. At the time of writing (at 03: 15 PM GMT), the FTSE 100 traded 6 points or 0.06% lower at 7,511.62.
With Bank of England reducing the interest rates to a historic low level, the spotlight is back on diverse investment opportunities.
Amidst this, are you getting worried about these falling interest rates and wondering where to put your money?
Well! Team Kalkine has a solution for you. You still can earn a relatively stable income by putting money in the dividend-paying stocks.
We think it is the perfect time when you should start accumulating selective dividend stocks to beat the low-interest rates, while we provide a tailored offering in view of valuable stock opportunities and any dividend cut backs to be considered amid scenarios including a prolonged market meltdown.