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Last Week in the City: Oil spikes and WeWork scraps IPO

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week (16 to 20 September, 2019).

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The European Union – especially Germany – has relied on the mass production of car for its success. But things are changing.

An ever greener EU will create winners and losers

The European Union – especially Germany – has relied on the mass production of cars for its success. But things are changing.

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A new Cold War looks likely as the US and China increasingly diverge and fall into dispute. What are the implications for investors?

A cyber-curtain is set to divide the world

A new Cold War looks likely as the US and China increasingly diverge and fall into dispute. What are the implications for investors?

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Do advice firms need a centralised retirement proposition?

Can a centralised retirement proposition help deliver the best outcome for clients?

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Charles Stanley Social Committee: Proudly supporting our Charity of the Year (CRY)

The Charles Stanley Social Committee organise staff engagement events throughout the year to support the Charity of the Year. The five members of the committee are all from different areas of the firm, and aim to unite the business in supporting a common goal.

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Charles Stanley acquires Leeds-based Myddleton Croft

We are pleased to announce that Charles Stanley has acquired Myddleton Croft, an award-winning discretionary investment management firm.

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A political dispute between Japan and South Korea is spilling over into trade. Unless it is resolved, the consequences for smartphone makers could be serious.

The other trade war is another tech nightmare

A political dispute between Japan and South Korea is spilling over into trade. Unless it is resolved, the consequences for smartphone makers could be serious.

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Last Week in the City: Beijing offers olive branch to Trump

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week (9 to 13 September, 2019).

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The European Union has announced its proposed new Commission. It looks like a clash is building between the US and Europe.

The new EU agenda climate and digital transitions

The European Union has announced its proposed new Commission. It looks like a clash is building between the US and Europe.

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As major companies such as M&S, which was ejected from the FTSE 100 last week, stumble, it’s important to consider the rapidly rising businesses too.

All change in the markets

As major companies such as M&S, which was ejected from the FTSE 100 last week, stumble, it’s important to consider the rapidly rising businesses too.

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How will an election impact the UK stock market?

Boris Johnson is trying to get an election to unlock the Brexit impasse. What would the effect of an election be on the UK equity market?

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Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week (2 to 6 September, 2019).

Last Week in the City: Trade talk hopes boost markets

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week (2 to 6 September, 2019).

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Interest rates are very low or even negative in most of the advanced world, leaving savers who want a decent return struggling to find much income from a savings account or deposit.

Hunting for income

Interest rates are very low or even negative in most of the advanced world, leaving savers who want a decent return struggling to find much income from a savings account or deposit.

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The latest numbers on sales, confidence levels and output make poor reading for manufacturing in most places in the world. What is going on?

Global manufacturing stuck in the doldrums

The latest numbers on sales, confidence levels and output make poor reading for manufacturing in most places in the world. What is going on?

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