How high are the charges on your pension. We name the plans that have lost 39 per cent. And, we look at whether exchange traded funds are only for rogues. Finally, why gold savings accounts are not what they seem.
In this week’s podcast: We are mostly in the UK this week – first we look at estimates for shale gas, then we ask the question, who is going to pay for the £200bn needed to upgrade the ageing energy infrastructure, and then we consider the prospect of onshore oil and gas with Anthony Lobo, head of UK oil and gas at KPMG. We end the show in France with Total and we ask Anish Kapadia, director and senior research analyst at Tudor, Pickering, Holt and Co, what we should expect from an investors meeting coming up on Monday.
Presented by Sylvia Pfeifer with David Blair.
Produced by LJ Filotrani
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