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An inheritance like no other?

In this first article, “An inheritance like no other?”, Glenn Baker outlines some of the new issues facing the under 45s who collectively stand to inherit a staggering £1.2 trillion of wealth

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The Japanese and Chinese stock markets have not performed in line with the main western markets in recent decades. Here’s why.

A look at equity markets in Japan and China

The Japanese and Chinese stock markets have not performed in line with the main western markets in recent decades. Here’s why.

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The safe withdrawal rate and sequencing risk in retirement

For many years there has been discussion around the ‘safe withdrawal rate’. A lot has changed since 1994 so we will review to see whether the general rule of thumb still applies in today’s world.

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Last week, Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic became the first space tourism company to list on public markets. It’s probably best to invest indirectly.

You are probably already invested in space tourism

Last week, Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic became the first space tourism company to list on public markets. It’s probably best to invest indirectly.

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Financial Adviser Services Awards 2019 – Investment Category

Charles Stanley was awarded the coveted Five-star Award in the Investment Category at the Financial Adviser Service Awards.

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Gold Standard Awards – Discretionary Fund Management

Charles Stanley was awarded the Gold Standard Award for Discretionary Fund Management in the Investment Week Gold Standard Awards.

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Last Week in the City: China gives market a chill

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week (28 October to 1 November 2019).

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A new approach to growth and money

The US, China and Europe are all desperate for more growth – but all have constraints on how much more action they think they can take. But they should muddle through.

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A corporate squeeze?

This long cycle has seen good rises in turnover and company profits overall, especially in the large US market.

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Laboratory-grown meat made from animal cells is expected to come to market soon. But will consumers get a taste for whet some have dubbed Frankenmeat?

Is lab-grown meat the next ethical investment fad?

Laboratory-grown meat made from animal cells is expected to come to market soon. But will consumers get a taste for what some have dubbed Frankenmeat?

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Last Week in the City: Amazon sparks consumer fears

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week (21 to 25 October 2019).

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The impact of US foreign policy on markets

Trade restrictions and tariffs are the main response of the Trump administration to foreign disagreements, but there are some positives too.

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Manufacturing is in turmoil worldwide as growth slows, but the situation is “least bad” in the USA.

The manufacturing recession grinds on

Manufacturing is in turmoil worldwide as growth slows, but the situation is “least bad” in the USA.

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Democrat Elizabeth Warren wants to break up big technology companies such as Google, Facebook and Amazon should she win the White House. This would hand an advantage to China.

Breaking up Big Tech would hand Beijing an advantage

Democrat Elizabeth Warren wants to break up big technology companies such as Google, Facebook and Amazon should she win the White House. This would hand an advantage to China.

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