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South Korea’s industry was boosted by demand for consumer-electronic goods during lockdowns. Its exposure to cyclical industries such as steel and autos should help its recovery this year.

South Korea’s economy demonstrates its robustness

South Korea’s industry was boosted by demand for consumer-electronic goods during lockdowns. Its exposure to cyclical industries such as steel and autos should help its recovery this year.

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Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market movements and the global investing outlook this week ending 28 August.

Last Week in the City: Overheating fears deflate

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market movements and the global investing outlook this week ending 12 March 2021.

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The US will be allowed to ‘run hot’

Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion stimulus package and the looming reopening of economies has stoked fears of inflation. But will central banks have to put the brake on the recovery?

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Moves to ensure London’s listing rules are fit for the 21st century are afoot. The special-acquisition vehicle frenzy is about to come to London.

Spacs: Investors need to take care

Moves to ensure London’s listing rules are fit for the 21st century are afoot. The special-acquisition vehicle frenzy is about to come to London.

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Charles Stanley scores COLWMA hat trick

Charles Stanley have won three awards at the City of London Wealth Management Awards 2021.

Enhancing our MPS models with ESG and removal of VAT

We are pleased to announce that we will no longer apply value added tax (VAT) on our award-winning, 5-star Defaqto-rated Managed Portfolio Service (MPS) models.

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The Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference has confirmed the growing centralisation of power in China around President Xi. President Biden is facing some difficult choices ahead.

China goes its own way

The Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference has confirmed the growing centralisation of power in China around President Xi. President Biden is facing some difficult choices ahead.

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Long-term care decisions

Who do you want to choose your care home? Your family, a trusted friend or maybe even the local authority?

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“Donald Trump is not only America’s first digital president, but he’s a founding father of the new Digital Age.” https://www.charles-stanley.co.uk/group/cs-live/china%E2%80%99s-new-long-technology-march-gathering-pace  Apiece on potential overvaluation of

Hydrogen and the energy transition

The green imperative remains a central feature of both the economic landscape and the investment world. In what will be a year of serious plans for net zero, the hydrogen market is one to watch.

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Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market movements and the global investing outlook this week ending 5 March 2021.

Last Week in the City: Powell fails to reassure

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market movements and the global investing outlook this week ending 5 March 2021.

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The leading central banks and governments remain of the view that inflation will not get out of control. Markets are more impressed by the magnitude of the proposed US stimulus.

Running hot – but not too hot?

The leading central banks and governments remain of the view that inflation will not get out of control. Markets are more impressed by the magnitude of the proposed US stimulus.

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Eating insects as a replacement for meat should be no big deal for anyone. After all, research suggests the average individual already eats 140,000 insect pieces each and every year.

Grub’s up: The case for edible insects

Eating insects as a replacement for meat should be no big deal for anyone. After all, research suggests the average individual already eats 140,000 insect pieces each and every year.

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How many times must the bell toll?

Most of us believe that a large scale, global deployment of renewables is the future that we aim for. But are we doing this to save the planet or to save our lifestyle?

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Finally, some pensions jargon that’s actually useful

Trustees who have had actuarial valuation reports in the last year will have been confronted with some brand new jargon, much to their annoyance no doubt! As with most new pensions jargon there are a few variants, just to add to the confusion.

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