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Janet Yellen and Jerome Powell have a lot of power and will continue to defend their narrative that running hot is fine for the US economy and inflation is temporary. But is reality catching up?

The Fed's view of inflation is changing

Janet Yellen and Jerome Powell have a lot of power and will continue to defend their narrative that running hot is fine for the US economy and inflation is temporary. But is reality catching up?

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People Giving Feedback via Mobile Phone, from Negative to Positive Review

Delivering for our clients

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

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Are net-zero targets affordable?

Are net-zero targets affordable?

As “the year of net zero” continues and emissions reduction targets are set, how much are you prepared to pay to turn the world green?

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Markets remain buoyed by central bank action and the prospects of a spending boom when economies open up. But Covid-19 continues to hit economies.

The virus still casts a shadow

Markets remain buoyed by central bank action and the prospects of a spending boom when economies open up. But Covid-19 continues to hit economies.

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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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UK equities recovering from underperformance

For those heavily invested in UK equities in recent years, it has been a frustrating time.

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EU attempts to tone down US action against China at the G7 Summit means the “Five Eyes” grouping of Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the UK are emerging as the principal supporters of the US.

It's a Five Eyes world competing with China

EU attempts to tone down US action against China at the G7 Summit means the “Five Eyes” grouping of Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the UK are emerging as the principal supporters of the US.

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Last Week in the City: The Fed takes back the narrative

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market movements and the global investing outlook for the week ending 11 June 2021.

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There is much emphasis on increasing national resilience amongst the major countries and blocs. The west plans to rebuilding crucial technologies and capabilities to not rely on China.

The US strengthens alliances and challenges China

There is much emphasis on increasing national resilience amongst the major countries and blocs. The west plans to rebuild crucial technologies and capabilities to not rely on China.

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Open Palm: Creating fairer opportunities for young people

Each year, Charles Stanley employees from across the organisation vote for a nominated charity. This year, they chose Open Palm. Ralph McBaiden explains why they set up the charity and what it aims to achieve.

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Finance ministers and central bank governors from the world’s most powerful nations want to support a rapid recovery from Covid-19. How do they plan to do this?

What is the G7 Summit trying to achieve?

Finance Ministers from the world’s seven most powerful nations and central bank governors want to support a fast recovery from Covid-19. How do they plan to do this?

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Educating your children about money

Having financially astute children will improve the quality of their lives – but these skills are so rarely taught in a formal setting. Emma Hammond looks at ways to engage kids in their own financial future as part of your everyday routine.

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They cannot both be right.  Opec and the wider oil industry tell us they will be ‘back to normal’ soon, whilst advanced country governments want to speed along the track to net zero. Opec thinks it will be back to selling 100 million barrels of oil a day

Mind the energy gap

Nations are building a new green-energy infrastructure to boost economic activity following the Covid-19 pandemic. So, what will the oil majors do as the race to net-zero accelerates?

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