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Our purpose as a company is to build better financial futures and we’re here to support you in doing that through these challenging times. Read more about how we’re supporting customers and colleagues or for updates to our service.
Are you trying to make sense of the markets? At times like these it’s important to keep a cool head, think about the long term, and take advantage of your tax allowances. Read our latest on coronavirus and volatility.
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If there’s a major event happening in your life, or you’re thinking about making a change, then you’ll want to have considered the financial implications. Our useful life-event guides could help and provide lots of ideas to get you ready.Go to life event guides
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Download the latest Investment Outlook
Find out Tom Stevenson's outlook for global markets over the next 12 months.
Dealing with volatile markets
As markets already weakened by Coronavirus suffer further from falling oil prices, it’s worth remembering some of the concepts that can help cope with volatility
An intro to volatility and risk
Understanding the difference between volatility and risk can help you deal with unnerving markets.
Regular savings and volatility
Making smaller investments at regular intervals can remove some of the worry about when to invest, and help you take advantage of changes in price.
Diversification and volatility
Holding a diverse range of asset classes in line with your goals and risk tolerance will help minimise the impact of one on your portfolio.
Markets & insights
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*Across Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and South America. Source: Fidelity International, 31 March 2019.
‘Fixed Interest Investment ISA Bond’ scam
We have been made aware of recent fraudulent activity, intended to impersonate Fidelity International and encourage people into making false investments. Our Fraud Prevention team is working with the relevant authorities to address this as a priority.
This is based upon the fraudulent use of the Fidelity International name and brand to promote a ‘Fixed Interest Investment ISA Bond’ scam, which claims to offer returns of 2.75% - 5.75% with a minimum initial investment of £15,000. Fidelity International does not offer these products.
Important - If you think you may have been targeted and made an investment already then contact your bank and report the matter to Action Fraud.