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Monthly Market Commentary - December 2020

The constructive market environment that started in early November continued through December, as positive vaccine news improved sentiment.

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Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market movements and the global investing outlook over the Christmas 2020 break.

Christmas market round-up: Good riddance to 2020

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market movements and the global investing outlook over the Christmas 2020 break.

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A recovery in sectors hit hard by the pandemic may lie ahead – but 2021 may still be a challenge.

A better year in prospect

A recovery in sectors hit hard by the pandemic may lie ahead – but 2021 will still be challenging.

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A small piece of computer coding acted as the co-pilot in a US military jet for the first-time last week – and it could have significant implications for the future of work.

Human ingenuity means the robots won’t take all our jobs

A small piece of computer coding acted as the co-pilot in a US military jet for the first-time last week – and it could have significant implications for the future of work.

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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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Christmas Letter; ‘tis the season to be tender

As we turn our thoughts to the festive period and year end, it seems that for many pension scheme trustees it is the season to tender!

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Monthly Market Commentary - November 2020

November was an extraordinary month. Joe Biden became the US President-elect, but Donald Trump has refused to formally concede defeat.

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 In the China-Australia trade spat, Beijing holds most of the cards. China buys more than a third of Australian exports – but could its reliance on iron ore from Western Australia be used as leverage?

Could iron ore quotas stop China’s trade bullying of Australia?

In the China-Australia trade spat, Beijing holds most of the cards. China buys more than a third of Australian exports – but could its reliance on iron ore from Western Australia be used as leverage?

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Markets today are confident that 2021 will be a year of substantial recovery. But economic events will be largely determined by the roll-out of vaccines – and the gradual fall off in cases and deaths.

After a torrid 2020, what can we expect from 2021?

Markets today are confident that 2021 will be a year of substantial recovery. But economic events will be largely determined by the roll-out of vaccines – and the gradual fall off in cases and deaths.

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The EU plans a green revolution allied with the new administration in Washington. This is good news for renewables, electric everything and for online replacements for older ways of doing things.

The EU and the US join forces on the environment

The EU plans a green revolution allied with the new administration in Washington. This is good news for renewables, electric everything and for online replacements for older ways of doing things.

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Trump, trade and share prices

New US law may impede Beijing’s actions in Hong Kong

Donald Trump will score another victory against Beijing when he signs a law that will limit the ability of Chinese companies to list on US markets. The battle to squeeze Beijing’s finances continues.

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The so-called ‘green revolution’ is seeing developed nations turn to alternative energy to power a transformation of the environment and their economies. But Opec thinks it can still sell oil.

Oil bulls and bears fight it out

The so-called ‘green revolution’ is seeing developed nations turn to alternative energy to power a transformation of the environment and their economies. But Opec thinks it can still sell oil.

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2021 The Outlook for Investment Markets Webinar

Watch Charles Stanley's Chief Investment Officer Jon Cunliffe and Chief Global Strategist John Redwood discuss the outlook and themes for investment markets in 2021.

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