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The European Union has been benefitting from the retreat of the virus and from the pick-up in business activity after the lockdowns.

The EU wrestles with Covid-19 recovery

The European Union has been benefiting from the retreat of the virus and from the pick-up in business activity after the lockdowns.

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The value of advice and how it’s changing

The world of advice is changing and adapting to these changes is integral to the survival and growth of our businesses.

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Corporate earnings are going to be subdued for some time, but there are some sectors which still offer good growth. The new issues market is highlighting these trends.

IPO market shows where to look for growth

Corporate earnings are going to be subdued for some time but there are some sectors which still offer good growth. The new issues market is highlighting these trends.

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Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market moves and the global investing outlook this week ending 19 June.

Last Week in the City: Optimism despite second-wave fears

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market moves and the global investing outlook this week ending 19 June.

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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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Senior Investment Manager joins the Leeds team

Our Leeds office has bolstered its investment management team with a new hire, Martin Tyson.

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These two revolutions must continue to play an important part in any views of the future and forecasts of economic and business prospects. But the two are very different.

The green and digital revolutions cause turbulence

These two revolutions must continue to play an important part in any views of the future and forecasts of economic and business prospects. But the two are very different.

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The beneficiaries of globalisation are right to be worried

The dispute between China and the US is likely to continue for many years as their clash of ideologies changes global trading patterns and supply chains.

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With the November presidential election closing in amid the Covid-19 crisis, incumbent Donald Trump is currently trailing to Democrat Joe Biden in the polls.

Is the US election Joe Biden's to lose?

With the November presidential election closing in amid the Covid-19 crisis, incumbent Donald Trump is currently trailing to Democrat Joe Biden in the polls.

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The world is more than the United States, despite the country remains the world’s investment leader.

Don’t be too US centric in your view of the world

The world is more than the United States, despite the country remaining the world’s investment leader.

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Let's talk about markets: Is this the end of 20th century capitalism?

On this episode we discuss the change in capitalism, the reason for this and whether this can be sustained.

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Listening to our clients

We are extremely pleased that this year’s private client survey yielded another set of incredible results.

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What is the point in saving?

Whilst it helps to be aware of what tax breaks are available, a financial planner should never ask you how much you want to invest, simply to qualify for one. The main question is why are you saving?

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What we can learn from previous drawdowns

At the turn of the decade, less than six months ago, UK charity investors were amongst the beneficiaries of one of the longest equity bull markets on record.

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