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How do rising interest rates affect your investments?

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Interest rate rises aren't going away any time soon. In the first episode of On The Money, Becky O'Connor and Kyle Caldwell tackle what it all means for your savings and investments, and try to find positives amid the chaos.

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On The Money is an interactive investor (ii) podcast. For more investment news and ideas, visit https://www.ii.co.uk/stock-market-news.

Becky O'Connor is Head of Pensions & Savings at ii. Kyle Caldwell is Collectives Editor. You can find out more about them at https://www.ii.co.uk/meet-the-ii-experts.

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