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The growing trend for meatless burgers is turning in a frenzy in the US, with share prices of sector players soaring. Is a bubble brewing in the sector?

Faux meat looks like the next market bubble

The growing trend for meatless burgers is turning in a frenzy in the US, with share prices of sector players soaring. Is a bubble brewing in the sector?

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the market-moving events that have shaped UK equity markets this week (7 to 10 May, 2019).

Last Week in the City: Tariff man digs in

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped UK equity markets this week (7 to 10 May, 2019).

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America is intensifying its policy against Iran in the Gulf, and challenging more EU policy over Iran and energy as well as trade.

The Middle East stirs some old worries

America is intensifying its policy against Iran in the Gulf, and challenging more EU policy over Iran and energy as well as trade.

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Should Donald Trump decide to turn his trade guns on Europe, the German economy could take a significant hit.

Trump's bid to take on the EU could crush the German economy

Should Donald Trump decide to turn his trade guns on Europe, the German economy could take a significant hit.

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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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This year the Chinese stock market recovered strongly but has China provided enough stimulus to keep its economy going?

Is there enough credit in China?

This year the Chinese stock market recovered strongly but has China provided enough stimulus to keep its economy going?

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the market-moving events that have shaped UK equity markets this week with Apple, Google

Last Week in the City: Google searches for revenues

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped UK equity markets this week (29 April to 3 May, 2019).

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The UK’s Climate Change Committee recommends UK moves to zero net carbon dioxide emissions by 2050. What are the implications?

Putting energy into investment

The UK’s Climate Change Committee recommends UK moves to zero net carbon dioxide emissions by 2050. What are the implications?

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Taboo of discussing inheritance costs families £80,000 in unnecessary tax and destroys relationships

Taboo of discussing inheritance costs families £80,000 in unnecessary tax and destroys relationships

Families could be paying an avoidable tax bill of more than £80,000 because parents are too embarrassed to talk to their children about their financial future, according to new research by wealth manager, Charles Stanley.

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A review of the first-quarter results of technology companies such as Microsoft, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, Netflix and Google.

Are technology shares still a good buy?

A review of the first-quarter results of technology companies such as Microsoft, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, Netflix and Google.

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After new US all-time highs, what now for markets?

After new US all-time highs, what now for markets?

After markets got off to a fabulous start in 2019, Garry White looks at what could be next for equities.

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Last Week in the City: Sainsbury hits 30-year low

Last Week in the City: Sainsbury hits 30-year low

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped UK equity markets this week (23 to 26 April, 2019).

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Japan gets into party mood – how will markets respond?

John Redwood, Charles Stanley’s Chief Global Economist, looks at the impact of Japan’s extended Golden Week.

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