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2021 The Outlook for Investment Markets Webinar

Join Charles Stanley’s Chief Investment Officer Jon Cunliffe and Chief Global Strategist John Redwood for a discussion on the outlook and themes for investment markets in 2021.

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Social Entrepreneurs: Creating the future of business?

Social enterprise: exciting, impactful and the future of business.

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The world’s scientists are now making significant breakthroughs in the race for a Covid-19 vaccine. Nevertheless, the virus is still likely to cause economic damage as its spreads through the winter.

Vaccines for the many or the few?

The world’s scientists are now making significant breakthroughs in the race for a Covid-19 vaccine. Nevertheless, the virus is still likely to cause economic damage as it spreads through the winter.

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Washington and the West’s media are distracted by the twists and turns of the legal challenges to the US election result launched by Donald Trump. China is using this opportunity to bury ‘bad news’.

Three Chinas and two bull markets?

Washington and the West’s media are distracted by the twists and turns of the legal challenges to the US election result launched by Donald Trump. China is using this opportunity to bury ‘bad news’.

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Interim results for the six months ended 30 September 2020

Charles Stanley Group PLC today announces its interim results for the six months ended 30 September 2020

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Katie Tasker wins Woman of the Year – Investment Advice in The Women in Financial Advice Awards 2020

Congratulations to Charles Stanley Investment Manager, Katie Tasker who won Woman of the Year – Investment Advice in The Women in Financial Advice Awards 2020 held on 8th October 2020.

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Charles Stanley investment strategy update

Charles Stanley’s Investment Strategy Committee met this week – here are its conclusions.

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Republican Senate may temper Biden’s green agenda

Republican Senate may temper Biden’s green agenda

The ‘green revolution’ remains a priority for Joe Biden, but a divided government may slow down progress in the move away from oil.

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Although recounts and legal challenges relating to the election need to be resolved, markets are moving on to considering what a Biden Presidency will mean.

What President Biden will mean for markets

Although recounts and legal challenges relating to the election need to be resolved, markets are moving on to considering what a Biden Presidency will mean.

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The Bank of England has left us in the dark about how much quantitative easing we can expect month-by-month as 2020 passes into 2021. It’s time for better communication and action.

Central banks need to help to offset the virus impact

The Bank of England has left us in the dark about how much quantitative easing we can expect month-by-month as 2020 passes into 2021. It’s time for better communication and action.

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It appears the Democrats will fail to get a ‘cleans sweep’ of the Presidency, the House and the Senate. If President Biden emerge, his agenda is bound to be limited.

US election uncertainty and lockdowns

It appears the Democrats will fail to get a ‘clean sweep’ of the Presidency, the House and the Senate. If President Biden emerge, his agenda is bound to be limited.

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We have just witnessed the Japanification of world finance as central bank attempt to counteract measures to stop Covid-19. How will this all end?

Debts, deficits and stimulus

We have just witnessed the Japanification of world finance as central bank attempt to counteract measures to stop Covid-19. How will this all end?

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As worries grow over the resurgence of Covid-19 infections around the world, money printing is likely to continue. Expensive sectors and equities can get more expensive still in this lop-sided world.

At the crossroads in a lop-sided world

As worries grow over the resurgence of Covid-19 money printing is likely to continue. Expensive sectors - and their equities - may get more expensive still.

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Many investors are interested in the impact of their investments on the world around them, as well as in the financial performance of the companies in which they invest.

ESG investing more important than ever

Many investors are interested in the impact of their investments on the world around them, as well as in the financial performance of the companies in which they invest.

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