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The next Presidential election will be on 3 November next year, but such is the nature of US politics that it is already being much discussed.

The presidential election and the markets

The next Presidential election will be on 3 November next year, but such is the nature of US politics that it is already being much discussed.

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Most people have an idea of the level of income, or rather the standard of living they would like to have in retirement. However, the reality is that most are not saving enough now to achieve their future retirement objectives.

How much is enough for a comfortable retirement?

Most people have an idea of the level of income, or rather the standard of living they would like to have in retirement. However, the reality is that most are not saving enough now to achieve their future retirement objectives.

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Farm wars: agriculture in the front line of trade battles

Farm wars: agriculture in the front line of trade battles

As the trade war rumbles on without a suitable political solution, US farmers continue to suffer from the trade war. This could create a problem for President Trump in his re-election campaign.

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Drug-pricing action is likely in the US, but the Democrats will hit drugs groups harder should they win the Oval Office in 2020

US takes action on drug pricing

Drug-pricing action is likely in the US, but the Democrats will hit drugs groups harder should they win the Oval Office in 2020

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The Charles Stanley team at the 2019 Standard Chartered Great City Race

Charles Stanley annual 5k run - 2019

37 eager Charles Stanley runners competed in the 2019 Standard Chartered Great City Race, a unique 5km corporate running challenge which takes place around the closed off streets of the City of London.

Charles Stanley launches in Northern Ireland with new Belfast office

Charles Stanley, one of the UK’s leading wealth managers, has opened its first office in Northern Ireland, with a new team in Belfast.

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The market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week

Last Week in the City: Does a currency war approach?

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week (15 to 19 July, 2019).

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Markets learn to live with some protectionism

Markets learn to live with some protectionism

The world is moving towards more economic nationalism, but markets are being driven by central banks

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The first half of 2019 was characterised by the strongest and most broad-based asset price reflation that we have seen since 2009. It is clear that this pace of gains cannot continue through the second half of the year.

What lies in store for equities?

The first half of 2019 was characterised by the strongest and most broad-based asset price reflation that we have seen since 2009. It is clear that this pace of gains cannot continue through the second half of the year.

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Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week (8 to 12 July, 2019).

Last Week in the City: Dovish Fed powers equities

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week (8 to 12 July, 2019).

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Driving change in the car market

Shifting from diesel to electric is a major change and consumers are confused. As a result, vehicle sales are falling.

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The first half of 2019 has been characterised by arguably the strongest and most broad-based asset price reflation seen since 2009.

June market roundup

The first half of 2019 has been characterised by arguably the strongest and most broad-based asset price reflation seen since 2009.

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The market is expecting a series of rate cuts, but it may be optimistic amount how low rates will go.

Better to travel than arrive?

The market is expecting a series of rate cuts, but it may be optimistic about how low rates will go.

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Miners make up 10% of the FTSE 100 and gains in the sector this year have significantly helped the index. Is this trend about to reverse?

A mining sector correction may be coming

Miners make up 10% of the FTSE 100 and gains in the sector this year have significantly helped the index. Is this trend about to reverse?

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