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The US President’s attack on Chinse technology in general, and on Huawei in particular, may have long-term consequences for the development of the sector.

Trump’s actions could create a digital divide

The US President’s attack on Chinese technology in general, and on Huawei in particular, may have long-term consequences for the development of the sector.

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Earlier this year, there were predictions that a giant wave of unicorn IPOs would smash records set at their height of the dot-com boom. What happened?

Current IPOs are particularly risky – but we still need many more

Earlier this year, there were predictions that a giant wave of unicorn IPOs would smash records set at their height of the dot-com boom. What happened?

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What so the results of last week’s European elections mean for the European Commission?

Will the new EU be different from the old one?

What do the results of last week’s European elections mean for the European Commission?

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Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week (20 to 24 May, 2019).

Last Week in the City: The technology cold war begins

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week (20 to 24 May, 2019).

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Charles Stanley expands in Scotland with launch of Glasgow office

Today we are happy to announce that Charles Stanley have opened a new office in Glasgow, further cementing our presence in Scotland.

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Charles Stanley grows distribution team in South East

We have appointed Matthew Keen as Intermediary Sales Manager covering the South East, as part of our continued drive to grow its intermediary sales network.

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The Charles Stanley Investment Strategy Committee met to review markets and the economic outlook. Here are its conclusions.

Our asset allocation view

The Charles Stanley Investment Strategy Committee met to review markets and the economic outlook. Here are its conclusions.

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The US President has now found a team of senior officials who largely back him and who carry out his wishes.

Something has changed in the Trump administration

The US President has now found a team of senior officials who largely back him and who carry out his wishes.

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The suspension of auto tariffs is a relief for Europe but the issue isn’t going away, the fight is postponed as the China trade dispute accelerates.

Auto tariffs are still a problem for Germany and Japan

The suspension of auto tariffs is a relief for Europe but the issue isn’t going away, the fight is postponed as the China trade dispute accelerates.

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The trade dispute between the Trump administration and China took a turn for the worst this week and it now looks like it could rumble on for some time.

Last Week in the City: Global vegan mania and China woes

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped UK equity markets this week (13 to 17 May, 2019).

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Next week’s European elections will result in a new European Commission. What could this look like and what are the implications?

The EU tries to absorb the pressures

Next week’s European elections will result in a new European Commission. What could this look like and what are the implications?

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Protecting personal wealth – and passing it on to the next generation

The intergenerational transfer of wealth is a topic of passionate debate, here, in the latest in our series of articles on inherited wealth, we look into some of its familiar themes.

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Monthly Market Commentary - May 2019

Jon Cunliffe, Charles Stanley Chief Investment Officer, offers his monthly market commentary

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The US Federal Reserve is looking at ways to evolve its approach to setting interest rates. With trade war fears mounting, it’s important that central banks remain accommodative.

Waiting for a new interest rate policy

The US Federal Reserve is looking at ways to evolve its approach to setting interest rates. With trade war fears mounting, it’s important that central banks remain accommodative.

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