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Beaufort Analysis – No. 288 – It’s Not Coming Home

The most important event affecting the UK economy for the last four weeks has been the football World Cup, with England’s progression in the competition accounting for an estimated £1.6bn in sales for the beleaguered leisure and retail sectors. This figure includes spending on flat-screen TVs, barbecues and the consumption of food and drink during…

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Beaufort Analysis 286 – Ain’t no mountain high enough

One of China’s major indices, the Shanghai Composite, experienced a sell-off last week, bordering in correction territory as the relationship between the US and China continues to be strained. China’s central bank, The People’s Bank of China, has increased liquidity not only for fears of a trade war, but as the economic outlook in China…

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Beaufort Analysis 285 – Red Flags

Last week marked the 2-year anniversary since the UK voted to leave the European Union in the referendum vote. Whilst the economic impact of Brexit on the UK has been widely debated, the UK has been one of the slowest growing developed economies in the 2 years since the vote, and UK households are now…

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How making the wrong borrowing decisions can affect mental health

Common mental health issues, such as anxiety and depression, affect one in six UK adults. In addition, 35-50% of those with severe mental health problems are untreated. (Source: Mental Health Foundation) People who suffer from mental health problems are 1.5 times more likely to turn to family and friends for loans, than banks and building…

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Beaufort Analysis No. 284 – Steady as she goes…

Last week was billed as uneventful, although in practice, it was anything but… The US-North Korea summit appears to have been a success, albeit light on detail at this stage. President Trump and Kim Jong-un signed a two-page document committing to the complete denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula. Trump later confirmed that the US would…

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