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The ability of states to effectively create money and get away with it boosted the ability of governments to spend. However, Quantitative easing and digital money could change all this.

The changing world of money

The ability of states to effectively create money and get away with it boosted the ability of governments to spend. However, Quantitative easing and digital money could change all this.

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As central bankers assemble ion Wyoming for their annual talking shop, the best we can hope for may be no new damage to markets.

How will the Fed get out of Jackson Hole?

As central bankers assemble in Wyoming for their annual talking shop, the best we can hope for may be no new damage to markets.

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Protests in Hong Kong have been going on for months, with 1.7 million people attending a rally over the weekend. What are the market implications of the tense stand-off in the former British territory?

Is Hong Kong’s status as a financial hub at risk?

Protests in Hong Kong have been going on for months, with 1.7 million people attending a rally over the weekend. What are the market implications of the tense stand-off in the former British territory?

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Charles Stanley’s Belfast office expands with new hires

We are pleased to welcome two new hires from Tilney Financial Planning to our recently launched Belfast office.

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Empowering Women – diversity is key

More frequently than ever, women are returning to work after having children and juggling a work life balance. However, despite a lot of companies offering flexible working arrangements, there still remains a lack of women working in the financial sector.

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Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week (12 to 16 August, 2019).

Last Week in the City: Growth fears grip markets

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week (12 to 16 August, 2019).

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The Charles Stanley Investment Strategy Committee met to review markets and the economic outlook. Here are its conclusions.

Our asset allocation view

The Charles Stanley Investment Strategy Committee met to review markets and the economic outlook. Here are its conclusions.

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There has been a concerted downward move in interest rates by many central banks in recent months. Will this continue?

How accommodating are the central banks?

There has been a concerted downward move in interest rates by many central banks in recent months. Will this continue?

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Veganism has gone mainstream and, following the explosive IPO of Beyond Meat earlier this year, there’s a rush to invest in herbivorous food. But is it a bubble?

Should you join the vegan gold rush?

Veganism has gone mainstream and, following the explosive IPO of Beyond Meat earlier this year, there’s a rush to invest in herbivorous food. But is it a bubble?

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Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week (5 to 9 August, 2019).

Last Week in the City: Trade war whiplash

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week (5 to 9 August, 2019).

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Short-term risks to the market have increased as Donald Trump ratchets up tensions with China.

July market update: Short-term risks have increased

Short-term risks have increased as Donald Trump ratchets up tensions with China.

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It is difficult to know if and when President Trump will want to do a deal with China. It would seem to be in his interest to do so.

How much damage will the trade war do?

It is difficult to know if and when President Trump will want to do a deal with China. It would seem to be in his interest to do so.

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As Donald Trump threatens to put tariffs on all imports from China and Beijing tells its state-owned organisations to stop importing US agricultural products, the trade war looks set to drag on.

There’ll be no swift resolution to this trade war

As Donald Trump threatens to put tariffs on all imports from China and Beijing tells its state-owned organisations to stop importing US agricultural products, the trade war looks set to drag on.

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