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Equities exposed to global population growth

Demographics part 3: It’s not just the UK population that is set to rise significantly: The global population is also expected to swell too.

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RSA and BSkyB fall more than 10%

Two of Britain’s largest companies lost more than 10% of their market value on Monday, but the FTSE 100 was still trading positively in late afternoon

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BT scores, but don’t write off Sky

BSkyB has been outbid for a sports rights package for the first time ever by BT Group, but don't write off Sky just yet

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Video: Next Week in the Market 11th-18th Nov 2013

Another busy week for company reporting with Burberry, Centrica and SSE the highlights alongside Charles Stanley Group PLC on Thursday...

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Peper Harrow Point to Point Saturday 11th May

Always a great event for mingling with clients and their families, networking with agents and having a bet on the horses!

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The 27th annual Women in Wales charity luncheon

Gail De’Claire from the Cardiff office of Charles Stanley recently attended the 2019 Women in Wales charity luncheon

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Markets subdued on US jobs data

US jobs data was better than expected, which implies that the Federal Reserve could start tapering its asset purchase programme sooner than previously expected. European markets thus subdued...

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Should you invest in Twitter?

Twitter shares are likely to surge after listing in New York, despite the fact the banks leading the flotation raising the price ahead of the start of trade.

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Experian slumps, easyJet flies

Shares recovering from falls earlier this week keep the blue-chip flat in afternoon trade. G4S, AB Foods and easyJet all bounced back.

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Booming UK car market to slow in 2014

Booming UK car sales are starting to moderate and we should expected a significant slowdown next year, a major trade body has said.

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Odey Allegra Developed Markets Fund

Ross Brookes from our Collectives Team recently met up with James Hanbury of the Odey Allegra Developed Markets Fund. Here are Ross's notes from that meeting...

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Has Marks got its Sparks back?

Marks and Spencer jumped to the top of the FTSE leader board today, after its second-quarter update. Investors spied good news, but is a ninth-consecutive fall in general merchandise sales really something to cheer?

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M&S cheered as insurers slump

Profit takers were in charge today, with insurers weak following a warning from RSA Insurance that weather-related losses would be higher than expected.

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Co-Op deal emerges as Asia flatlines

European markets saw the week out with more of a “risk-off” tone on Friday, following the resurgence of Fed tapering chatter; as I have alluded to previously, it will be a volatile run-in towards the end of the year for markets as participants digest US macro data before the Fed’s December meeting.

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