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Marks & Spencer rallies but FTSE relegation still a risk

Marks & Spencer shares have rallied after its full-year numbers after it maintained its dividend and short investors closed positions. But the company’s significant structural challenges remain.

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What does the new Italian government mean for markets?

John Redwood, Charles Stanley’s Chief Global Strategist, looks at the implications of the new Coalition government in Italy between Five Star and Lega.

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Tesla: When visionaries have to deal with reality

Elon Musk’s Tesla was supposed to be mainstream electric-vehicle maker, but he appeared to have rowed back on this aim over the weekend. Investors are likely to be concerned.

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It’s about to get easier to get exposure to Chinese companies

Chinese shares will be included in global benchmarks from the start of June, as the rapidly-growing country makes another step in the opening up of its economy to international capital.

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Charles Stanley Guildford at the races!

This year Charles Stanley sponsored the Charles Stanley Restricted Race at the Point to Point held at Peper Harrow on Saturday 12th May.

Charles Stanley Direct wins Best Direct Platform for Customer Service at Platforum Awards 2018

Charles Stanley Direct was the awarded ‘Best D2C Platform for Customer Service’ at the annual Platforum awards ceremony.

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Last Week in the City: England has an 8.5% chance of winning the World Cup

Garry White, chief investment commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped the UK equity markets this week (14 to 18 May 2018).

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Ocado shares soar but profit questions remain

Ocado shares have hit an all-time high after it unveiled a partnership deal with US group Kroger. But concerns about the company’s market valuation are likely to remain.

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Why is populism so unpopular with professional investors?

John Redwood, Charles Stanley’s Chief Global Economist, looks at how politics and markets interact.

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US Supreme Court boosts UK gambling

The US has struck down a law that made sports-betting illegal in most US states. UK companies could benefit from the new regime, including William Hill, Paddy Power Betfair and GVC.

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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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Is there a market view?

John Redwood, Charles Stanley’s Chief Global Strategist, looks at the global drivers of share-price movements.

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Trump's next trade attack!

The US is being "flooded" by German cars according to Trump. Here, John Redwood comments on the German trade surplus in his latest video blog.

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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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