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MOST READ: This week investors are looking to maximise returns - whether it is in bonds, equities or indeed cash savings accounts

Karen Kwok 1 February, 2016 | 12:23PM
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January is finally over – and what a volatile month it has been. Investors could be forgiven for seeking out lower risk, lower return options, such as cash. Among the most popular stories last week was where to find a saving account with the highest interest rate. Below are 10 of the most popular articles trending last week on

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Which UK Equity Income Funds are Earning their Fee?

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Top 20 FTSE 100 Dividend Paying Stocks

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How to Invest a Lump-sum Inheritance

The problem with most lump sums inheritances is that they come unexpectedly, may be in illiquid assets and are unlikely to fit neatly into an investors’ long-term financial planning

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