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Taboo of discussing inheritance costs families £80,000 in unnecessary tax and destroys relationships

Taboo of discussing inheritance costs families £80,000 in unnecessary tax and destroys relationships

Families could be paying an avoidable tax bill of more than £80,000 because parents are too embarrassed to talk to their children about their financial future, according to new research by wealth manager, Charles Stanley.

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A review of the first-quarter results of technology companies such as Microsoft, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, Netflix and Google.

Are technology shares still a good buy?

A review of the first-quarter results of technology companies such as Microsoft, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, Netflix and Google.

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After new US all-time highs, what now for markets?

After new US all-time highs, what now for markets?

After markets got off to a fabulous start in 2019, Garry White looks at what could be next for equities.

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Last Week in the City: Sainsbury hits 30-year low

Last Week in the City: Sainsbury hits 30-year low

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped UK equity markets this week (23 to 26 April, 2019).

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Charles Stanley acquires Leeds-based Myddleton Croft

We are pleased to announce that Charles Stanley has acquired Myddleton Croft, an award-winning discretionary investment management firm.

The Charles Stanley team at the 2019 Standard Chartered Great City Race

Charles Stanley annual 5k run - 2019

37 eager Charles Stanley runners competed in the 2019 Standard Chartered Great City Race, a unique 5km corporate running challenge which takes place around the closed off streets of the City of London.

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Japan gets into party mood – how will markets respond?

John Redwood, Charles Stanley’s Chief Global Economist, looks at the impact of Japan’s extended Golden Week.

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Is China’s Belt and Road Initiative a threat to the West?

Is China’s Belt and Road Initiative a threat to the West?

Garry White looks at the mounting tensions between East and West as China tries to expand its influence through the New Silk Road.

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The Hope and Promise of Next Generation Philanthropists

The Hope and Promise of Next Generation Philanthropists

In the latest in our series of articles on inherited wealth, Kate Fanning, Outreach and Engagement Officer for The Fund for Global Human Rights, discusses the promise shown by the next generation of philanthropists, "Millennials" and "Gen Zer's".

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Can the US sustain the world recovery?

Can the US sustain the world recovery?

John Redwood, Charles Stanley’s Chief Global Economist, looks at the world’s dependency on the US for growth.

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Women Reshaping Their Financial Future

Charles Stanley’s ‘Women Reshaping Their Financial Future’ events explore the various ways that women can overcome ingrained stereotypes about wealth and free themselves to start achieving lifelong financial resilience.

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Two Pigs

Trump-supporting farmers are big losers in the trade war

US farmers will be hit by Donald Trump’s trade war for years, but some UK businesses could benefit as China look set to import more pork.

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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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