Positives amidst the Brexit negativism

An investment safe haven may be closer to home than you think

Brexit vote and your money

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Banks among the big FTSE losers with housebuilders
An elderly woman takes a photograph on Brighton beach
Market volatility could shrink value of retirement funds
– For FT Money’s coverage before and after the referendum vote, see FT.com/moneybrexit

‘Switch to blue-chips in wake of EU vote’

Brexit catalyst for switch to FTSE 100 stocks

Tax warning for Brits abroad

But UK may become even more attractive to non-doms

House prices, estate agents for sale and to let.

Brexit uncertainty for the housing market

There are many questions about the property market and too few answers

My Brexit investment strategy? Keep calm and carry on

In a lifetime of investing, I’ve seen it all

Holiday home stamp duty conundrum

Will we be caught by new second home rules?

Questions of Brexit for a financial adviser

Don’t put off key decisions just because of the uncertainty

Funds braced for real estate falls

Henderson warns of downward pressure on values

How credit card borrowing has climbed

Fifty years on, our flexible friend is a primary cause of debt

British expats scramble to secure life in EU

Rush for European passports and citizenship begins


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