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Investing in a Time of Covid – the Impact on Pension Funds Webinar

Join Charles Stanley’s Chief Investment Officer Jon Cunliffe and Chief Global Strategist John Redwood for a discussion on how the Covid-19 crisis has impacted investments globally.

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Monthly Market Commentary - April 2020

After the most aggressive equity market sell-off ever witnessed, April saw one of the most impressive market recoveries on record.

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The Covid-19 lockdowns have greatly accelerated the property trends that were in play before the crisis hit. The lockdown is bad news for property overall.

Is commercial property a good investment?

The Covid-19 lockdowns have greatly accelerated the property trends that were in play before the crisis hit. The lockdown is bad news for property overall.

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Lockdown has increased demand for technology, following an explosion in the number of people using the internet to work from home.

Be bullish on technology – but get the theme right

Lockdown has increased demand for technology, following an explosion in the number of people using the internet to work from home.

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Charles Stanley News

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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COVID-19 will reinforce the digital and green revolutions

Neither the digital nor the green revolutions are going away because of coronavirus.

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Let's talk about markets: Consumer trends, supply chains and reduced globalisation

Jon Cunliffe and John Redwood discuss the future of consumer trends, supply chains and reduced globalisation

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Monthly Market Commentary - March 2020

Over the last two months the mood in the market has shifted from complacency to denial, then to despair followed by hope.

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European proposals to catch up with the US and China in technology. It is focusing on taxing and regulation instead of encouraging competitors to Amazon, Google and Facebook.

Europe’s technology plans fall short

European proposals to catch up with the US and China in technology. It is focusing on taxing and regulation instead of encouraging competitors to Amazon, Google and Facebook.

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Why is the current market vulnerable?

Sharp falls in equity markets are never pleasant for investors but the recent market weakness needs to be viewed in the context of last year’s market environment.

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As the field vying for the Democratic Party nomination in China lay out their stalls, it appears that Donald J Trump is a China moderate now.

Trump is now a moderate when it comes to China policy

As the candidates vying for the Democratic Party nomination in China lay out their stalls, it appears that Donald J Trump is the China moderate now.

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Five technology companies now dominate world equity indices. The investment landscape has been changed by their success. Apple, Microsoft, Google (Alphabet), Amazon and Facebook

It appears to be a US dominated world

Five technology companies now dominate world equity indices. The investment landscape has been changed by their success.

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How can institutions invest more sustainably?

What is stopping us from working together to solve a problem now widely acknowledged.

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