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City 15/18 April 19

Last Week in the City: Lyft plummets in Uber warning

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped UK equity markets this week (15 to 18 April, 2019).

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Is there too much saving in the world?

Is there too much saving in the world?

John Redwood, Charles Stanley’s Chief Global Economist, looks at the glut of cash being held around the world.

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Is there too little inflation?

John Redwood, Charles Stanley’s Chief Global Economist, looks at current central bank thinking on inflation.

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The current wave of technology flotations comes with risk

The current wave of technology flotations comes with risk

Lyft shares are down by almost a fifth since their IPO two weeks ago. With other tech companies rushing to market, caution is warranted.

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Enhancing our MPS models with ESG and removal of VAT

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Last Week in the City: Brexit horror show

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

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Inheritance is still as emotional as ever and requires objective advice

Inheritance is still as emotional as ever and requires objective advice.

A constant between the generations is that, irrespective of age, family members will to varying degrees remain emotionally attached to their - or their family’s - wealth.

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Will France cut taxes in response to protests?

Will France cut taxes in response to protests?

John Redwood, Charles Stanley’s Chief Global Economist, looks at the potential impact of the Gilets Jaunes protests on President Macron’s policies.

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Weaponising the dollar will ultimately hurt America

Weaponising the dollar will ultimately hurt America

The dollar is still king when it comes to global central bank reserves, but the current administration’s antagonistic policies is resulting in some countries trying to ditch the US currency.

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Last Week in the City: Peppa Pig hogs the China limelight

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped UK equity markets this week (1 to 5 April, 2019).

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Trade war - USA v China

Will the US-China trade deal live up to expectations?

John Redwood, Charles Stanley's Chief Global Economist, looks at the potential trade deal between Washington and Beijing.

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Chinese equities come back to life

Chinese equities come back to life

John Redwood, Charles Stanley's Chief Global Economist, looks at the renewed positive tone surrounding Chinese shares.

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The Turkish economy is in serious trouble

The Turkish economy is in serious trouble

Turkish authorities tried to manipulate international lira markets ahead of this weekend’s elections in order to prevent a slide in its currency.

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