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What have been the best-selling funds, trusts and shares since lockdown?

 

Today marks six months since the UK Government enforced a nationwide lockdown in the face of the coronavirus pandemic. With DIY investing on the rise, what have been the most popular buys?

Volkswagen ID.4: 10 things you need to know about the electric SUV

 

The family-size plug-in car is the second model in VW's electric-dedicated ID range, following the recent arrival of the ID.3 in the UK earlier this month. Here are 10 things you need to know.

We take the latest Porsche Panamera for a spin at the MoD's tank testing grounds

 

The brand's first executive four-door car hit the market in 2009, and with more than 10,000 sold in the UK alone has been a hit among fans of the 911 who need some extra space for the family.

Mini launches Paddy Hopkirk Edition to celebrate 1964 Monte Carlo Rally winner

 

In the style of the historic rally winner, the edition model features the car's start number 37 on the driver and passenger doors and a single white bonnet stripe with the driver's signature.

Tesla's 520-mile range Model S Plaid goes on sale in the UK for £131k

 

British Tesla fans have been offered the chance to buy its new tri-motor Model S 'Plaid' - which will become the electric car with the longest range available from 2021.

TONY HETHERINGTON: Why did VW let NHS nurse go without car?

 

I took out a Personal Contract Purchase lease and this was due to end in April. I gave notice of my decision to hand back the vehicle. But VW took £4,005 - the amount due to keep the car.

Airlines plead for Covid tests at airports to save industry 

 

The International Air Transport Association said pre-departure tests for all passengers would be the only way to replace the quarantine systems that have put people off travelling this summer.

Aside from Covid-19, what lies ahead for British pharma firms?

 

Share prices of many British pharmaceutical firms have grown strongly despite a stock market-wide March dip.

Aston Martin's £127,000 Vantage Roadster is fast -and in more ways than one

 

The £127,000 Vantage is the baby supercar in the Aston range and now comes as a convertible option for those who want a high-performance motor and also be seen driving one. We've driven it.

Electrified Range Rover Velar 4X4 gains a new £57k plug-in hybrid option

 

The set-up produces a combined 404hp, which propels the Velar from 0-to-60mph in 5.1 seconds and up to a top speed of 149mph - and 33 miles can be covered without the unleaded motor kicking in.

AA share skid off track as suitor walks away

 

Platinum Equity, one of the potential buyers for breakdown business AA has withdrawn from the race three weeks after a deadline for bids was extended.

How the fight for women's pension pay turned toxic

 

Thousands of women left poorer by the rise in state pension age had invested their hopes and money in a court victory that would see them receive their state pension backdated to the age of 60.

Bank overdraft rates double from 12.34% to almost 27% in a year

 

Regulators banned banks from charging extra fees for borrowing from April and required them to price overdrafts using an annual interest rate, with most high street names pricing rates as almost 40%

BEN WILKINSON: A dark cloud has descended over the savings landscape

 

National Savings had, until now, been the last beacon of hope for savers as coronavirus has dragged interest rates farther and farther down.

Savers lose out on up to £7bn in interest by sticking with big banks

 

While smaller banks and building societies have been tentatively raising rates, big banks continue to pay virtually no interest at all. Yet money has been pouring into the big banks.

Stuck working from home again? Here's what you can claim back

 

Energy bills could soar by nearly 20 per cent this autumn and winter for those working from home five days a week, according to comparison site energyhelpline.

BARONESS ALTMANN: Women are STILL second-class citizens for pensions

 

Equality of state pension age is by no means pension equality. Indeed, the average woman's pension is far lower than a man's - with latest estimates showing a 40 per cent gender gap.

ASK TONY: Virgin failed to get me my £621 theatre tickets refund

 

I was refunded £621 by LW Theatres for cancelled tickets. But the money never reached my Virgin Mastercard account. LW Theatres has sent screen grabs to prove the refund was made.

Will a second coronavirus wave slam investors again?

 

Investors have all been taken by surprise this year. Coronavirus wiped billions of pounds off the value of investments in March, and now a second wave is threatening to cause more problems.

Winnie the Pooh 50p coin launches today - could it be in your change?

 

Winnie the Pooh is the latest character from a children's book to appear on a 50p coin, complete with a jar of honey, although those hoping to find one in their change will be left feeling sour.

Small firms in legal threat over Yell hard-sell tactics

 

Furniture store-owners Andy and Sally Meakin (pictured) paid Yell nearly £200 per month for various services after a sales rep promised the phone would be 'red hot', but now say they feel 'foolish'.

Bailout bill tops £100bn but struggling firms beg for more

 

Six trade associations have written to chancellor Rishi Sunak urging him to extend the emergency loan schemes due to end this month. He is also under pressure to prolong the furlough scheme.

MARKET REPORT: Staycation boom fails to save jobs at Whitbread

 

Whitbread chief exec Alison Brittain plans to lay off up to 6,000 staff from its 35,000-strong workforce as it battles to survive the crisis. Many employees will have their hours cut

Fury as Hargreaves Lansdown bosses cash in amid Woodford scandal

 

Hargreaves, which faces legal action for plugging the Woodford Equity Income fund up until its suspension, handed share awards to nine directors over the 2019/2020 financial year.

ALEX BRUMMER: The virus winners and losers of business

 

Contrast B&Q owner Kingfisher with Whitbread. As Britain's biggest hotelier, Whitbread is hard hit and 6,000 staff, both in management and at Premier Inn sites, are to lose their jobs.

Tui cuts winter holiday choice after summer bookings nosedive by 83%

 

Travellers will be left disappointed as Tui restricts the winter holiday choices on offer following a disappointing summer and reduced capacity

Britain's personal finances aren't prepared for the unexpected

 

Many of us will be poorly prepared financially when things go unexpectedly wrong and we won't be able to cope with future money shocks, a new study has shown.

Hot tub damage: Complaints soar as sales surged in lockdown

 

Hundreds of consumers have complained about being unable to get their money back after hot tubs they bought during lockdown either broke down or didn't work properly to begin with.

B&Q owner Kingfisher benefits from home improvement boom with a 62% rise in profits 

 

B&Q owner, Kingfisher, has seen much improved results in the second half of the year thanks to homeowners spending money on their homes instead of travel

The couple who launched furniture comparison site Ufurnish

 

For Deirdre Mc Gettrick comparing furniture items and prices was a frustrating experience but one that eventually gave birth to an idea for a business.

Cheapest energy tariffs - four of the top ten are renewable deals

 

Four of the 10 cheapest energy tariffs currently available are renewable, showing that going environmentally friendly no longer means paying over the odds, new research has revealed.

Fat-cat bonuses only in 'exceptional' circumstances

 

Pirc said it supported getting rid of annual payouts unless 'an event has occurred worth of a bonus'. And it claimed that long-term bonus schemes still 'pay out where there is failure'.

NS&I cuts: Where are the best savings rates now?

 

Some 25million savers have been dealt with a hammer blow after National Savings & Investments announced savage cuts to its rates from the end of November.

NS&I to make 'savage' cuts to interest rates and Premium Bonds from November

 

There are fears that a recent recovery in savings rates could be thrown into reverse after National Savings & Investments today took a wrecking ball to its accounts this morning.

I have a property to rent out and a choice of tenants - which one should I pick?

 

Most landlords want to find a long-term, reliable tenant who will pay rent on time and can move in on specific dates

Toyota's GR Super Sport 1,400bhp hypercar is revealed

 

The road-going model will share its design and parts with the TS050 racing machine that won the Le Mans 24 Hours art the weekend, using a similar 2.4-litre twin-turbo V6 petrol-hybrid powertrain.

Halifax pulls its two-year fixes as lenders continue to pull up the drawbridge

 

Experts say the move is designed to help retain the bank's 'low risk, high quality' mortgage customers for longer by not allowing a two-year option.

Second coronavirus wave fear engulfs markets

 

Business leaders pleaded with Boris Johnson for more support as fears of more lockdowns wiped £52billion off the value of Britain's biggest firms. Stockmarkets across Europe were also hit.

KPMG comes under fire in Carillion audit probe

 

The Big Four auditor gave Carillion a clean bill of health in March 2017, but within ten months the Government contractor's finances had deteriorated so much that it collapsed.

Hipgnosis wants to raise £250m for a spending spree

 

Hipgnosis, which bulk-buys songs and their copyrights, said the money would allow it to snap up another 50 music catalogues.

 

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