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The so-called ‘green revolution’ is seeing developed nations turn to alternative energy to power a transformation of the environment and their economies. But Opec thinks it can still sell oil.

Oil bulls and bears fight it out

The so-called ‘green revolution’ is seeing developed nations turn to alternative energy to power a transformation of the environment and their economies. But Opec thinks it can still sell oil.

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Preparing for Brexit

Preparing for Brexit

Though the precise nature of the United Kingdom’s future relationship with the EU continues to remain uncertain, at Charles Stanley we are taking steps to ensure that we continue to provide the best possible outcomes for our clients, whatever the result of negotiations.

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The use of technology during lockdown

Our latest Akademia video discusses how advisers can use technology to develop their businesses and the two big trends which started to emerge across the industry.

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The quest for income in a post-pandemic world

The pandemic has caused a great deal of uncertainty for investors, especially those that rely on dividend income such as charities and the retired. What should they do to guarantee their income in post-Covid times?

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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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2021 The Outlook for Investment Markets Webinar

Join Charles Stanley’s Chief Investment Officer Jon Cunliffe and Chief Global Strategist John Redwood for a discussion on the outlook and themes for investment markets in 2021.

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The geopolitical implications of a Joe Biden Presidency

The Oval Office will probably have a new occupant early next year – and this means US foreign policy will change. What are the geopolitical implications of Joe Biden’s victory in the presidential election?

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Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market movements and the global investing outlook this week ending 27 November.

Last Week in the City: Best month for equities – ever!

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market movements and the global investing outlook this week ending 27 November.

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Since March 2020, markets have got used to running on an explosive mixture of central bank money creation, massive government bond buying, and huge fiscal stimulus. But spending is about to slow.

Is the money to deal with Covid-19 running out?

Since March 2020, markets have got used to running on an explosive mixture of central bank money creation, massive government bond buying, and huge fiscal stimulus. But spending is about to slow.

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Sustainable Investing: The reality of ESG

It is now easier than ever to invest in alignment with our personal values. What are the Environmental, Social and Governance issues?

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Sustainable investing and ESG – a brief guide to developments

European MiFID II regulations are about to be changed – and the new rules, if adopted here in the UK, will continue to impact British advisors even after Brexit. Here’s everything you need to know on these recent developments.

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World leaders wish to stop the debilitating cycle of the Covid-19 infection. Vaccines will allow a resumption of growth in 2021, but there is still likely to be economic damage ahead.

Racing for a vaccine to unlock the impasse

World leaders wish to stop the debilitating cycle of the Covid-19 infection. Vaccines will allow a resumption of growth in 2021, but there is still likely to be economic damage ahead.

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The US election muddle

In this episode, we discuss the results of the US presidential election.

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