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Central banks are currently talking a lot about climate change – but the thing they worry about most is inflation.

Inflation the biggest concern at central banks

Central banks are currently talking a lot about climate change – but the thing they worry about the most is inflation.

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Identifying risks and optimising returns

Identifying risks and optimising returns

Written by Charles Milner & George Matthews.

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US President Joe Biden issued an important Executive Order on 9 July, pledging to strengthen market competition to lower prices, increase choice, raise low wages and break cartels.

Joe Biden wants lower prices and higher wages

US President Joe Biden issued an important Executive Order on 9 July, pledging to strengthen market competition to lower prices, increase choice, raise low wages and break cartels.

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Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market movements and the global investing outlook for the week ending 9 July 2021.

Last Week in the City: Recovery fears grow as Delta variant spreads

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market movements and the global investing outlook for the week ending 9 July 2021.

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Charles Stanley appoints Gavin Wiggans as Business Development Director - North

Wealth manager Charles Stanley has announced the appointment of Gavin Wiggans as Business Development Director - North.

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Charles Stanley appoints David Pederson as Director of IMS – Branches

Wealth manager Charles Stanley has announced the appointment of David Pederson as Director of Investment Management Services (IMS) – Branches.

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The global car industry is currently undergoing major surgery, as consumers sit on the side lines watching the structural shift to electric vehicles. This is a major problem for German industry.

Carmakers face their own climate emergency

The global car industry is currently undergoing major surgery as consumers sit on the sidelines watching the structural shift to electric vehicles. This is a major problem for the German industry.

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ESG investing: What’s most important – the E, the S, or the G?

An economically efficient and sustainable global financial system is a necessity for long-term value creation. ESG will help this be achieved.

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Charity life after the pandemic

Charity life after the pandemic

How has your life been on Zoom?

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The world is awash with state debts and with governments wanting to spend more. As countries unite to try and agree a global tax deal, it looks likely “green” taxes will rise.

Is more compromise required for global tax deal?

The world is awash with state debts and with governments wanting to spend more. As countries unite to try and agree a global tax deal, it looks likely “green” taxes will rise.

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Was June a good month? - Monthly Market Commentary

With the US Federal Reserve still able to control the narrative on inflation, risk assets had another good month in June.

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As the ECB prepares to alter its inflation target, President Christine Lagarde will want a dovish compromise to ease German fears it is funding excess spending in other states.

Is the EU becoming a debt and a transfer union?

As the ECB prepares to alter its inflation target, President Christine Lagarde will want a dovish compromise to ease German fears it is funding excess spending in other states.

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Last Week in the City: Tech tax deal comes closer

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market movements and the global investing outlook for the week ending 2 July 2021.

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Oil does well despite its pariah status

There has been a sharp run up in the price of oil as economies around the world reopen. Oil demand is recovering rapidly from the depressed levels of 2020, and may be back close to 2019 peaks by early next year.

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