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Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped the UK equity markets this week (February 13th to 17th, 2017).
John Redwood, Charles Stanley’s Chief Global Strategist, looks at a changing US foreign policy and what it means for investors.
Defence engineer Cobham has issued another profit warning and admitted that its balance sheet is “clearly” not strong enough. A fundraising is the next likely step.
John Redwood discusses how markets are reacting to the many different sides of Trump.
Warren Buffett has done it again. Berkshire Hathaway increased its Apple stake by 200% at the end of last year – and the phone maker’s shares have now hit a new all-time high. But can Apple stock keep rising?
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John Redwood, Charles Stanley’s chief global strategist, looks at how interest rates impact the bond market.
Rolls-Royce has posted its largest-ever annual loss of £4.6bn, but its underlying earnings fell less than expected. Is its recovery about to take off?
Careful estate planning offers an effective means of reducing your IHT bill.
The Co-op Bank is now up for sale four years after it almost collapsed and it continues to lose a significant amount of money. Are regulatory requirements making it harder for small banks to challenge the big players?
Henry Brennan, Investment Writer, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped the UK equity markets this week (February 3rd to 10th, 2017).
John Redwood, Charles Stanley’s Chief Global Strategist, comments on the upcoming French presidential election.
Shares in package holiday group Thomas Cook fell after the company said it was cautious on prospects for the summer holiday season. Investors continue to worry about competition and debt.
The Bank of England has revised its forecast for the UK economy to pre-Brexit forecasts of around 2% growth. John discusses how this might affect UK shares.
In the last mining boom, Rio Tinto’s former management eroded shareholder value by using its excess cash to make value-destroying acquisitions. New management may have learned a lesson.