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The trade dispute between the Trump administration and China took a turn for the worst this week and it now looks like it could rumble on for some time.

Last Week in the City: Global vegan mania and China woes

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped UK equity markets this week (13 to 17 May, 2019).

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Next week’s European elections will result in a new European Commission. What could this look like and what are the implications?

The EU tries to absorb the pressures

Next week’s European elections will result in a new European Commission. What could this look like and what are the implications?

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Protecting personal wealth – and passing it on to the next generation

The intergenerational transfer of wealth is a topic of passionate debate, here, in the latest in our series of articles on inherited wealth, we look into some of its familiar themes.

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Monthly Market Commentary - May 2019

Jon Cunliffe, Charles Stanley Chief Investment Officer, offers his monthly market commentary

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Charles Stanley’s Belfast office expands with new hires

We are pleased to welcome two new hires from Tilney Financial Planning to our recently launched Belfast office.

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Empowering Women – diversity is key

More frequently than ever, women are returning to work after having children and juggling a work life balance. However, despite a lot of companies offering flexible working arrangements, there still remains a lack of women working in the financial sector.

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The US Federal Reserve is looking at ways to evolve its approach to setting interest rates. With trade war fears mounting, it’s important that central banks remain accommodative.

Waiting for a new interest rate policy

The US Federal Reserve is looking at ways to evolve its approach to setting interest rates. With trade war fears mounting, it’s important that central banks remain accommodative.

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The growing trend for meatless burgers is turning in a frenzy in the US, with share prices of sector players soaring. Is a bubble brewing in the sector?

Faux meat looks like the next market bubble

The growing trend for meatless burgers is turning in a frenzy in the US, with share prices of sector players soaring. Is a bubble brewing in the sector?

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the market-moving events that have shaped UK equity markets this week (7 to 10 May, 2019).

Last Week in the City: Tariff man digs in

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped UK equity markets this week (7 to 10 May, 2019).

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America is intensifying its policy against Iran in the Gulf, and challenging more EU policy over Iran and energy as well as trade.

The Middle East stirs some old worries

America is intensifying its policy against Iran in the Gulf, and challenging more EU policy over Iran and energy as well as trade.

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Should Donald Trump decide to turn his trade guns on Europe, the German economy could take a significant hit.

Trump's bid to take on the EU could crush the German economy

Should Donald Trump decide to turn his trade guns on Europe, the German economy could take a significant hit.

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This year the Chinese stock market recovered strongly but has China provided enough stimulus to keep its economy going?

Is there enough credit in China?

This year the Chinese stock market recovered strongly but has China provided enough stimulus to keep its economy going?

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the market-moving events that have shaped UK equity markets this week with Apple, Google

Last Week in the City: Google searches for revenues

Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the market-moving events that have shaped UK equity markets this week (29 April to 3 May, 2019).

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The UK’s Climate Change Committee recommends UK moves to zero net carbon dioxide emissions by 2050. What are the implications?

Putting energy into investment

The UK’s Climate Change Committee recommends UK moves to zero net carbon dioxide emissions by 2050. What are the implications?

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