Matt is Finder's Head of Communications (UK), overseeing research, surveys and broadcast appearances.
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British pound exchange rate predictions
Our panel of experts shares its predictions on the course of the pound against the dollar and the euro.
Half of British investors plan to ‘buy the dip’ (plus, how does this crash compare with the worst of the last 50 years?)
New research by finder.com has revealed half (48%) of British investors plan to buy the dip (if the share market falls by at least 20% in 2022).
Stock market crash: How does this dip compare with others?
We are tracking the S&P 500's value every day and comparing it to the worst market crashes of the last 50 years.
Companies that are as big as countries: Live Market Cap Map
We've compared the market cap of the world's biggest companies against GDPs of countries in this live and interactive map.
A quarter of Brits have travel plans for the coming months (over twice the number from February)
The latest monthly travel intentions survey, looking at how many brits are planning to travel and where they are looking to go.
Coronavirus statistics hub
Finder is here to help you get the latest stats and facts regarding the virus and its effects on the world.
Investment tracker: How did popular investments perform in 2022?
What is the best investment in 202? See how different types of investments have performed so far this year and learn more about them.
Almost half of Brits with a digital-only bank account keep £1,000 or less in it
Despite the increasing numbers of Brits turning to digital-only banks, our new research has revealed that almost half (47%) of these accounts have less than £1,000 in them.
Brits to spend an estimated £1.1 billion on Easter this year
Brits are planning to spend around £1.1 billion on chocolate, gifts and entertaining this Easter weekend
Bank of England interest rate predictions
Finder’s Bank of England official bank rate survey. Read the forecasts of some of the UK's brightest minds in economics and property.