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Coronavirus: A Message From Eastcote Wealth Management

The Coronavirus outbreak has clearly created a great deal of uncertainty around the world. Eastcote Wealth Management’s main priority at this time is the health and wellbeing of our clients, colleagues, business connections and the wider population. We have robust...

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Eastcote Wealth Snowdon Charity Climb

A big thanks to all the Eastcote Wealth staff who have volunteered to climb Snowdon for charity this summer. The climb will take place on 4th July and all funds raised will go to SIFA Fireside, the leading Birmingham homeless...

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Eastcote Wealth Charity Quiz 2020

Charity Quiz Night – Friday 27th March 2020 EWM’s annual charity quiz is back soon, this year in support of our chosen charity, SIFA Fireside. As ever, it’s an entirely homegrown quiz with questions being written and asked by Rob...

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Eastcote Wealth to support SIFA Fireside as chosen charity in 2020

Eastcote Wealth Management has decided to support SIFA Fireside as our designated charity for 2020. The Digbeth-based organisation one of the region’s leading charities helping homeless people in Birmingham and the wider West Midlands. They provide a wide range of...

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Christmas Fun at Eastcote

Eastcote Wealth Management’s offices were filled with the sights and smells of Christmas this week as the staff took part in the annual charity Christmas Bake-Off & Jumper Day. The boardroom table groaned under the weight of the sixteen entries,...

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EWM Supports Everest Adventure

Eastcote Wealth Management were very happy to sponsor John Barrett’s exhausting trek to Mount Everest Base Camp in aid of the Mary Ann Evans hospice charity. Congratulations John in making it to your goal and in raising over £46,000 for...

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Reuters News

Britain extends COVID-19 mortgage payment holiday by three monthsEastcote Wealth Management has no control or responsibility for the pages you are about to access, or to where any subsequent links may take you.

Britain has extended its mortgage payment holiday scheme for homeowners in financial difficulty during the coronavirus pandemic for another three months.

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Exclusive: UK risks slow COVID recovery, all stimulus options under review - BoE's RamsdenEastcote Wealth Management has no control or responsibility for the pages you are about to access, or to where any subsequent links may take you.

Britain's economy could be facing a slower recovery from its deep coronavirus slump than the Bank of England suggested this month and all stimulus options, including sub-zero interest rates, should be considered, a BoE deputy governor said.

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UK consumer confidence back at joint lowest level since 2009 - GfKEastcote Wealth Management has no control or responsibility for the pages you are about to access, or to where any subsequent links may take you.

British consumer confidence in early May dipped back down to its joint-lowest level since the global financial crisis in 2009, despite moves by the government to start loosening its coronavirus lockdown, a survey showed on Friday.

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Britain in deepest downturn for centuries, scant chance of negative rates - Reuters pollEastcote Wealth Management has no control or responsibility for the pages you are about to access, or to where any subsequent links may take you.

Britain is enduring its deepest recession in centuries but the havoc wrought by the coronavirus pandemic will not be enough to push the Bank of England to adopt negative interest rates, a Reuters poll found.

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