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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 11 December 2020.

Last Week in the City: Airbnb surges following IPO

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market movements and the global investing outlook this week ending 11 December 2020.

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The EU plans a green revolution allied with the new administration in Washington. This is good news for renewables, electric everything and for online replacements for older ways of doing things.

The EU and the US join forces on the environment

The EU plans a green revolution allied with the new administration in Washington. This is good news for renewables, electric everything and for online replacements for older ways of doing things.

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Donald Trump’s focus on trade will be tempered under President-elect Joe Biden, but he understands the potency of Mr Trump’s rhetoric on these matters.

Trade policy under Joe Biden

Donald Trump’s focus on trade will be tempered under President-elect Joe Biden, but he understands the potency of Mr Trump’s rhetoric on these matters.

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New US law may impede Beijing’s actions in Hong Kong

Donald Trump will score another victory against Beijing when he signs a law that will limit the ability of Chinese companies to list on US markets. The battle to squeeze Beijing’s finances continues.

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Interim results for the six months ended 30 September 2020

Charles Stanley Group PLC today announces its interim results for the six months ended 30 September 2020

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Care needed with big power politics

The pandemic and the stimulus packages have preoccupied markets for most of this year but risks relating to the aims of the great powers are too important to ignore.

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A challenging time for charities

We spoke to four charities based in the Midlands about how they have been impacted by Covid-19.

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Last Week in the City: Britain at the vaccination vanguard

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market movements and the global investing outlook this week ending 4 December.

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More change to come in property

The pandemic has altered the daily pattern of our lives. With more people likely to continue working from home when the crisis eases, some major shifts lie ahead in the property market.

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Double dependants

As we notice a rise in clients having ‘double dependants’, we look at the impact that this can have on financial decision-making and explore some strategies that can help manage this situation.

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One of the many legacies of the Trump years will be that trade and national security will be forever intertwined. This is unlikely to change under Joe Biden.

Trump’s link between trade and national security will continue

One of the many legacies of the Trump years will be that trade and national security will be forever intertwined. This is unlikely to change under Joe Biden.

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The entrepreneurial economy: Starting a business in the new age

The seeds which will provide tomorrow’s green shoots are often sown in the darkest of moments.

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The so-called ‘green revolution’ is seeing developed nations turn to alternative energy to power a transformation of the environment and their economies. But Opec thinks it can still sell oil.

Oil bulls and bears fight it out

The so-called ‘green revolution’ is seeing developed nations turn to alternative energy to power a transformation of the environment and their economies. But Opec thinks it can still sell oil.

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