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Investment strategy in a virus-filled world

Charles Stanley’s Investment Strategy Committee met this week – here are its conclusions.

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China is using cyber warfare to exploit the Covid-19 pandemic

Cybersecurity is one of the few areas where significant growth is expected, as China, South Korea and Russia engage in cyberwar with the west and criminals target homeworkers.

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Plenty of money in the US

The US Federal Reserve has been propping up markets with a wall of money. Is this sufficient to support markets as companies start to face the new reality?

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What is the price of EU solidarity?

As Europe tries to find a way to boost moribund economies, will the deficit countries finally get access to an EU chequebook?

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Ian Sackfield joins as Managing Director, Investment Management Services (Branches)

We would like to announce the appointment of Ian Sackfield as Managing Director, Investment Management Services (Branches).

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Senior Investment Manager joins the Leeds team

Our Leeds office has bolstered its investment management team with a new hire, Martin Tyson.

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Assessing the economic hit from measures to stop Coronavirus

A summary of some of the estimates from industry bodies, economists and analysts on the impact of the economic damage from the measures introduced to slow the rate of infection of Covid-19.

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Fireside chat with Garry White - How to read the news

On this episode, we discuss how the consumption of too much news and from the wrong outlets is having a negative impact on our mental health.

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The pressures on Hong Kong

Is the ‘one country, two systems’ agreement between China and the UK, embedded in an international agreement, ideal for a devolved government in an important territory?

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Planning for a lifestyle change at retirement

While retirement is a brilliant opportunity, it is also the end of your working life and brings with it an immediate change in lifestyle which is both financial and emotional.

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Last Week in the City: Economic scarring a priority

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week (18 to 22 May 2020).

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Scarring: Mapping the damage of the lockdowns

Governments are looking at the longer-term impact of lockdowns on their economies. Expect to hear more around the world about ‘scarring’ over the next few weeks.

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With 5G technology expected to open the door to ‘the economy of the future’ the race to get ahead in the infrastructure that drives is driving another space battle between China and the US.

The space race to own 5G infrastructure

With 5G technology expected to open the door to ‘the economy of the future’ the race to get ahead in its infrastructure is driving another space battle between China and the US.

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There has been an on-and-off debate about active and passive management for many years. But is there a right answer?

A bit of active and a bit of passive investing makes sense

There has been an on-and-off debate about active and passive management for many years. But is there a right answer?

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