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When it comes to share investing there are plenty of theories about what might produce the best returns.

What are the different styles of investing?

When it comes to share investing there are plenty of theories about what might produce the best returns.

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As the US sends its top negotiators to Shanghai this week for trade talks, what is the likely outcome?

What will happen in this week’s trade talks?

As the US sends its top negotiators to Shanghai this week for trade talks, what is the likely outcome?

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Fines over bribery and privacy breaches hit major technology companies this week, with anti-trust investigations also launched. In the UK, Boris Johnson was appointed Prime Minister and vowed to get the UK out of the European Union on or before October 31

Last Week in the City: Pressure builds on Big Tech

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week (22 to 26 July, 2019).

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Governments are trying to find effective ways to tax Big Tech more and limit their growth. This would be a bad negative for the markets as a whole.

New and old business models compete for market favour

Governments are trying to find effective ways to tax Big Tech more and limit their growth. This would be a bad negative for the markets as a whole.

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Charles Stanley scores COLWMA hat trick

Charles Stanley have won three awards at the City of London Wealth Management Awards 2021.

Enhancing our MPS models with ESG and removal of VAT

We are pleased to announce that we will no longer apply value added tax (VAT) on our award-winning, 5-star Defaqto-rated Managed Portfolio Service (MPS) models.

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The next Presidential election will be on 3 November next year, but such is the nature of US politics that it is already being much discussed.

The presidential election and the markets

The next Presidential election will be on 3 November next year, but such is the nature of US politics that it is already being much discussed.

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Most people have an idea of the level of income, or rather the standard of living they would like to have in retirement. However, the reality is that most are not saving enough now to achieve their future retirement objectives.

How much is enough for a comfortable retirement?

Most people have an idea of the level of income, or rather the standard of living they would like to have in retirement. However, the reality is that most are not saving enough now to achieve their future retirement objectives.

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Farm wars: agriculture in the front line of trade battles

Farm wars: agriculture in the front line of trade battles

As the trade war rumbles on without a suitable political solution, US farmers continue to suffer from the trade war. This could create a problem for President Trump in his re-election campaign.

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Drug-pricing action is likely in the US, but the Democrats will hit drugs groups harder should they win the Oval Office in 2020

US takes action on drug pricing

Drug-pricing action is likely in the US, but the Democrats will hit drugs groups harder should they win the Oval Office in 2020

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The market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week

Last Week in the City: Does a currency war approach?

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week (15 to 19 July, 2019).

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Markets learn to live with some protectionism

Markets learn to live with some protectionism

The world is moving towards more economic nationalism, but markets are being driven by central banks

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The first half of 2019 was characterised by the strongest and most broad-based asset price reflation that we have seen since 2009. It is clear that this pace of gains cannot continue through the second half of the year.

What lies in store for equities?

The first half of 2019 was characterised by the strongest and most broad-based asset price reflation that we have seen since 2009. It is clear that this pace of gains cannot continue through the second half of the year.

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Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week (8 to 12 July, 2019).

Last Week in the City: Dovish Fed powers equities

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped equity markets this week (8 to 12 July, 2019).

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