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Is it better to have more than one pension?

Mike Romatowski, Barclays Wealth Planner, looks at the benefits and drawbacks of pension consolidation.

Too much of a good thing?

Is the US stimulus a boon or bust?

Our Chief Investment Officer talks about market developments in February and what to expect from the month ahead.


What makes a good fund?

Ten factors to consider

We look at ten factors you should consider when choosing a fund.


The Budget and your wealth

Three areas for review and action

Following the tax announcements in the Budget, Anthony Ward, Head of our Wealth Planning team, reflects on the three key questions clients should consider now and seek advice on.

The value of investments can fall as well as rise. You may get back less than you originally invested.

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Word on the Street: podcast of the month

Word on the Street is a weekly news and financial markets podcast where leading investment experts discuss events that have been making the headlines. Each month we feature one of the podcasts online, but you can listen to all of the Word on the Street episodes by subscribing below.

In Focus

In Focus is our weekly investment publication where we try and look beyond the noise of the present, and provide context for the longer term investor.

Key topics


Expert views and the latest news

Expert investment insights to help you preserve and grow your wealth to reach your financial objectives.


Enjoying your wealth

From travel hotspots to the arts and more, our lifestyle articles can help you enjoy your wealth.

Your wealth

Expert views on wealth planning

Whatever the future holds, we’re here to help you achieve your goals when it comes to planning your wealth.

The Barclays app is here to help you manage your money on the go – safely and securely. But there’s much more to it than that.

The value of investments can fall as well as rise. You may get back less than you originally invested.