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The EU may find France less enthusiastic than before on green issues as the right in France pushes the conversation in a different direction in the election campaign.

Changes in EU leadership to alter dynamics

The EU may find France less enthusiastic than before on green issues as the right in France pushes the conversation in a different direction in the election campaign.

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ESG will drive valuations, whatever its real-world impact

Trustees support wider adoption of environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing even if it doesn’t translate into social or environmental improvement.

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US President Joe Biden is still struggling to get agreement from his argumentative party to his large package of spending increases and tax rises.

Struggling with recovery and stimulus

US President Joe Biden is still struggling to get agreement from his argumentative party to his large package of spending increases and tax rises.

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Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market movements and the global investing outlook for the week ending 15 October 2021.

Last Week in the City: FTSE 100 hits pandemic high

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market movements and the global investing outlook for the week ending 15 October 2021.

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Seven Charles Stanley women announced as finalists for 2021 Women in Financial Advice awards

Seven women from Charles Stanley have made it to the final stage of the 2021 Women in Finance awards.

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Charles Stanley appoints Gavin Wiggans as Business Development Director - North

Wealth manager Charles Stanley has announced the appointment of Gavin Wiggans as Business Development Director - North.

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Policy is diverging at central banks around the world, but all face challenges in this Covid-scarred world.

Central banks shift ground on growth and inflation

Policy is diverging at central banks around the world, but all face challenges in this Covid-scarred world.

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Governments are going to have to accept that, for this decade at least, they need to allow more gas exploration and development to see the world through the energy transition away from carbon.

Energy stresses mean more gas is required

Governments are going to have to accept that, for this decade at least, they need to allow more gas exploration and development to see the world through the energy transition away from carbon.

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Filling the trustee gap: Sole trusteeship or consolidation?

Two-thirds of professional trustees plan to step down over the next few years. Is regulation driving them away – and who will fill their shoes?

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Free financial health checks with local financial planner

As part of Financial Planning Week 2021, arrange a free one-hour consultation with a financial planner

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The spike in inflation was expected to be short lived, but many central banks are now conceding that it may be higher for longer.

The central banks wobble over inflation

The spike in inflation was expected to be short lived, but many central banks are now conceding that it may be higher for longer.

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Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market movements and the global investing outlook for the week ending 8 October 2021.

Last Week in the City: UK inflation worries the BoE

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market movements and the global investing outlook for the week ending 8 October 2021.

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Indian leader Narendra Modi has made some progress with economic reforms – but there remains much more to do.

Indian reforms take time, but support markets

Indian leader Narendra Modi has made some progress with economic reforms – but there remains much more to do.

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The arguments ahead will rest on how many shortages there are, how much prices go up to tackle them, how persistent wage inflation becomes and whether there is an investment and productivity breakthrough.

A world struggling with shortages

The outcome will rest on how many shortages emerge, how much prices rise in response to supply issues, the persistence of wage inflation – and whether there is an investment and productivity breakthrough.

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