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UK Brexit scenarios and their investment implications

Jon Cunliffe, Charles Stanley's Chief Investment Officer, looks at the market implications for each of the five potential Brexit outcomes

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One million words later…

Finally we have it – the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA)’s provisional decision in their investment consultant market investigation.

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Monthly Market Commentary August 2018

Jon Cunliffe, Charles Stanley Chief Investment Officer, with his monthly market commentary.

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Our view on the City regulators’ pension consultation

As the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority approaches its initial conclusion, Charles Stanley Asset Management calls for an industry-wide code of conduct.

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Ian Sackfield joins as Managing Director, Investment Management Services (Branches)

We would like to announce the appointment of Ian Sackfield as Managing Director, Investment Management Services (Branches).

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Senior Investment Manager joins the Leeds team

Our Leeds office has bolstered its investment management team with a new hire, Martin Tyson.

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A rising dollar is positive for US small capitalisation shares

The dollar has started to rise following a period of weakness. This is positive for dollar dividend payers and US smaller companies.

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Market Commentary April 2018

April shows an improvement on the first quarter

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Gold’s place in a portfolio is limited

An Egyptian billionaire has put half his $5.7bn (£4.2bn) net worth into gold. But with the outlook for prices mixed, is it a sensible move?

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Inflated expectations

The government’s revised gilt issuance policy could be a costly mistake for pension funds

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