Tasty income: funds that pay 5% or more

We look at the menu for high-yield funds and investment trusts and pick six products to buy now
Thursday 06 Dec 2018 Author: Daniel Coatsworth
The quest for income remains at the top of the agenda for many investors. While UK interest rates have started to go up, they are still low relative to history and so cash savings accounts are unlikely to offer any decent levels of interest. For example, the best paying instant access cash savings rate is currently 1.5% from Goldman Sach’s new Marcus service and Kent Reliance. Fixed-rated accounts are...

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