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It’s time to talk: How to have a conversation about money with your family

Conversations about money are rarely easy or straightforward, particularly when your family is involved. As such, it’s not unusual to feel reluctant or nervous if you’re considering a conversation with your family about money.

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Joe Biden may win this week’s US presidential election bringing sweeping change to Washington. If he does claim victory, what will happen to relations with China?

How would a Biden administration deal with China?

Joe Biden may win this week’s US presidential election bringing sweeping change to Washington. If he does claim victory, what will happen to relations with China?

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Despite Covid-19, dividend hunters continue to invest in the green revolution

The UK stock market is often criticised by investors for being stuck in the past: too much exposure to certain fields while ignoring the positive developments in other areas.

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China’s first drafts of its next Five-Year Plan has a focus on socialism at its core. But the country is also looking to become more self-sufficient, as tensions with the US rise.

China plans to be more self-sufficient

China’s first drafts of its next Five-Year Plan has a focus on socialism at its core. But the country is also looking to become more self-sufficient, as tensions with the US rise.

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Interim results for the six months ended 30 September 2020

Charles Stanley Group PLC today announces its interim results for the six months ended 30 September 2020

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Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market movements and the global investing outlook this week ending 3 July.

Last Week in the City: White House race and Covid spike drive markets

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, provides a round-up of the market movements and the global investing outlook this week ending 30 October.

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The green revolution is starting to shape our lives and is shaking markets – especially oil companies – in anticipation of a change in the way the world is powered. What changes are we likely to see?

The green revolution and its fight with mighty carbon

The green revolution is starting to shape our lives and is shaking markets – especially oil companies – in anticipation of a change in the way the world is powered. What changes are we likely to see?

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Bringing children into the family wealth: an Investment Manager’s observations

Here are my thoughts on how to bring your children into the conversation in a balanced, informative way.

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The technology shaping the way you’ll live tomorrow

Technological change is accelerating at an unprecedented rate. The world that this will create will be so utterly different from today that it is almost impossible to imagine how your life is going to be.

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We have just witnessed the Japanification of world finance as central bank attempt to counteract measures to stop Covid-19. How will this all end?

Debts, deficits and stimulus

We have just witnessed the Japanification of world finance as central bank attempt to counteract measures to stop Covid-19. How will this all end?

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Why I believe it is important to talk about money

Money has weaved through our everyday lives for generations and yet we have not been able to normalise talking about it.

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You better be ready for the ‘green revolution’

The environment may be the biggest winner of the US presidential election, as the vote could flip US policy on its head. Low-carbon energy – and investors in the technology that makes it possible – may be nearing their time in the sun.

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Rear view of a businessman wearing a dark suit and scratching his head looking at light bulbs and question marks on gray wall.

A question from a client: What should I be asking?

I hope this insight into the dynamic between investment manager and client is of interest and may perhaps have served as a good thought-provoking exercise.

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