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Helping children buy property: a property finder’s observations

Helping children buy property: a property finder’s observations

In the latest in our series of articles on inherited wealth, buying agent Jane Wood outlines some of the issues facing property buyers.

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Sustainability is a key topic for today’s investors and charities are no different. Importantly, a high return on investment does not have to come at a cost to society. However, investing sustainably is a buzzword treasure chest, so firstly, what is ESG?

Sustainability is no longer a niche

Adam Martell is an investment manager and charity champion, based at our office in Leeds.

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Christine Lagarde wants to make tackling climate change a central tenet of her Presidency of the ECB. So, what exactly is green monetary policy?

What does green central banking look like?

Christine Lagarde wants to make tackling climate change a central tenet of her Presidency of the ECB. So, what exactly is green monetary policy?

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The green bond market continues to grow

Although still relatively niche, the rate of issuance of ‘green bonds’ has accelerated sharply this year. Adam Carruthers looks at the market that aims to fund a cleaner, greener world.

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Financial Adviser Services Awards 2019 – Investment Category

Charles Stanley was awarded the coveted Five-star Award in the Investment Category at the Financial Adviser Service Awards.

Anna Appleton-Cole accepting the award

Gold Standard Awards – Discretionary Fund Management

Charles Stanley was awarded the Gold Standard Award for Discretionary Fund Management in the Investment Week Gold Standard Awards.

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Charles Stanley addresses diversity and inclusion issues

It’s not just in our investments that Charles Stanley wants to reflect good ESG standards, we aim to run the business with a focus on fairness and sustainability too.

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The dispute with China is not only about trade – it’s much more fundamental than that.

The wider dispute between China and the US

The dispute with China is not only about trade – it’s much more fundamental than that.

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The escalating situation in Hong Kong means that an easing of tensions between the US and China is looking less likely every day.

The trade war is turning into a forever war

The escalating situation in Hong Kong means that an easing of tensions between the US and China is looking less likely every day.

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Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week (18 – 22 November 2019).

Last Week in the City: Labour targets the Square Mile

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week (18 – 22 November 2019).

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Whatever happened to peak oil?

The oil market is caught between the need for higher prices to sustain the producers, and lower prices brought about by a current surplus of output.

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Inheritance: Will the money reach those who need it?

Inheritance: Will the money reach those who need it?

In our third article on inherited wealth, Ben Gilmore, Investment Manager at Charles Stanley, urges individuals not to rest on their laurels when it comes to securing their long-term financial future.

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There has been a downturn in industrial activity in 2019, as structural changes in the car market have hit demand. Is this coming to an end?

Are we near the bottom of the industrial recession?

There has been a downturn in industrial activity in 2019, as structural changes in the car market have hit demand. Is this coming to an end?

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US indices are hitting a series of new all-time highs as optimism builds – but markets appear to be pricing in perfection.

Markets can get too exuberant

US indices are hitting a series of new all-time highs as optimism builds – but markets appear to be pricing in perfection.

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