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Why can’t I retire at 60? The truth about saving for your pension.

There are significant benefits to being a millennial in the modern world that go beyond technological convenience and the ability to scroll through Facebook perhaps more often than is healthy.

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Japan decided on a middle course in its response to the Covid-19 pandemic, which was relatively successful. People took it upon themselves to behave responsibly.

Covid-19 and the Japanese model

Japan decided on a middle course in its response to the Covid-19 pandemic, which was relatively successful. People took it upon themselves to behave responsibly.

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The outlook for sterling

On this episode we discuss factors which affect the value of currency.

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The latest pandemic figures from the World Health Organisation (WHO) and on the global tracking websites do not make good reading. There will be more economic consequences ahead.

The virus has a second wind

The latest pandemic figures from the World Health Organisation (WHO) and on the global tracking websites do not make good reading. There will be more economic consequences ahead.

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Katie Tasker wins Woman of the Year – Investment Advice in The Women in Financial Advice Awards 2020

Congratulations to Charles Stanley Investment Manager, Katie Tasker who won Woman of the Year – Investment Advice in The Women in Financial Advice Awards 2020 held on 8th October 2020.

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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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Robot brains will fight the machine wars of the future

Robot brains will fight the machine wars of the future

The US and its allies are starting to talk about the implications of using artificial intelligence (AI) in military systems. It is clear the rise of the machines needs to be controlled.

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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 18 September.

Last Week in the City: UK rates to fall below zero?

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market movements and the global investing outlook this week ending 18 September.

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Property is no longer the solid investment it once was, with upwards-only rent reviews and more reliable income flows than dividends on shares.

The state of property investment after Covid-19

Property is no longer the solid investment it once was, with upwards-only rent reviews and more reliable income flows than dividends on shares.

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How sports organisations can bring about positive social change

Sarah Fane, the newly appointed director of the MCC Foundation discusses how sports like cricket can tackle the social divide.

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The world’s central banks rescued markets from despair in the third week of March. However, they still need to provide guidance on how they are going to deal with the recovery.

Central banks have an attack of prudence

The world’s central banks rescued markets from despair in the third week of March. However, they still need to provide guidance on how they are going to deal with the recovery.

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Human rights may be about to accelerate the trade war

As Washington’s China trade hawks consider taking action on the Asian nation’s alleged human rights abuses in Xinjiang, tensions between Beijing and Washington may worsen still.

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What will the US elections do to markets?

The question whether Democrats or Republicans will have a majority in the House of Representatives and Senate matters to markets.

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Last Week in the City: Technology slump accelerates

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market movements and the global investing outlook this week ending 11 September.

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