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The eurozone is back in the news

In this week’s update, John revisits the Eurozone in light of the recent election in Austria and the ongoing dispute between the Spanish authorities and the Catalan provincial government.

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China's different system carries on growing

John Redwood, Charles Stanley’s Chief Global Strategist, shares his thoughts on the investment outlook for China.

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Unilever blames weather for poor trading

Unilever’s third-quarter results were below City expectations, with the manufacturer of Lynx deodorant and Magnum ice cream blaming US hurricanes and poor European weather.

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Reckitt Benckiser warns again

After a subdued third quarter, Reckitt Benckiser has once again cut its full-year revenue forecast as it grapples with internal issues and soft market conditions. But longer-term prospects seem sound.

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Charles Stanley News

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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Katie Tasker wins Woman of the Year – Investment Advice in The Women in Financial Advice Awards 2020

Congratulations to Charles Stanley Investment Manager, Katie Tasker who won Woman of the Year – Investment Advice in The Women in Financial Advice Awards 2020 held on 8th October 2020.

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Is inheritance tax optional?

Tim Venner, Charles Stanley Financial Planning Business Development Manager, takes a look at the rules surrounding inheritance tax.

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Easy times in the Eurozone?

John Redwood, Charles Stanley’s Chief Global Strategist, shares his thoughts on the economic progress of the Eurozone and the central bank’s outlook.

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Merlin slumps on warning

Alton Towers and Mme Tussauds owner Merlin Entertainments has seen its largest share-price fall ever as terrorist attacks kept fun-seekers away. A new venture with Peppa Pig failed to arrest the fall.

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ConvaTec slumps following profit warning

Wound care and colostomy bag maker ConvaTec saw its shares slump by a fifth today after it cut its revenue growth and margin guidance.

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Last week in the city

Henry Brennan, Investment Writer, looks at the market moving events that have shaped the UK equity markets this week (October 9 to 13, 2017).

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Can Japan stay on course?

The Japanese economy is growing well and corporate earnings are strong. John Redwood, Charles Stanley’s Chief Global Strategist, assess what impact the upcoming snap election will have.

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European recovery picking up speed

In this week’s market update, John discusses his outlook on the European recovery, explaining that despite the political difficulties in some areas, the economics remain strong.

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Sky earnings upbeat but Fox bid key

Sky’s upbeat first-quarter results has lifted its shares, but the share price shows the City is not exactly sure that Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox will win its bid for full control.

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