After a brief dip last week, investment stories are back in the top spot, accounting for 27 per cent of the stories in the mid week money sections, up from 12 per cent last week, while utilities and savings both suffered a significant fall.
Holly Thomas in The Express (@dailyexpressuk) urged caution for investors who may be misled into investments that are far riskier than they believe. In the Daily Mail (@mailonline), Sylvia Morris looked at how investors holding with-profits endowments, pensions and bond funds could be disappointed when the annual bonus-announcing season starts.
Pensions doubled their tally from last week, jumping from 8 to 16 per cent. The Daily Mail ran with tales of woe, looking at the thousands of workers who could be robbed of their pension if their employer goes bust; and with Sylvia Morris looking at how pensioners who have savings bonds maturing will face the blow of high inflation. In the Mirror, Clinton Manning (@clintonmanning) also looked at pensions, specifically how some women will be forced to work two years longer before they receive theirs.
And finally, after not receiving a single mention last week, tax rocketed to 11 per cent of coverage this week. The Daily Mail included a piece by James Coney (@jimconey) on the HMRC setting debt collectors loose on taxpayers to haul in £1.5bn of unpaid taxes.
The rest of the scores this week were: