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The World In A Week – Rebel Without A Cause

The US and China are both playing hardball, with neither wishing to lose face, but so far, there is no winning, only losing. On a topic that we have written extensively about in the past, trade wars continue to fluctuate between resolution and escalation. Following Trump’s announcement of further tariffs on Chinese goods last week,…

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Could your property boost your retirement fund?

Property is increasingly being seen as an asset that’s vital for funding retirement. It’s no surprise, after all, our homes are often one of the largest assets we have, but what are your options and the drawbacks of doing this? The value of property has grown enormously over the last few decades. If you’re approaching…

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Using your savings to achieve aspirations

What’s on your bucket list? Whether incredibly exciting experiences, exotic travel destinations or something entirely different features on your list, it’s likely finances will play some role in how achievable they are. Could your savings be used to tick a few of your aspirations off? You may have been saving with specific goals in mind…

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Ethical pensions: Considering where your money is invested

Considering ethics when investing has slowly been on the rise over the last couple of decades. However, even if it’s something you think about with your investment portfolio, you may not have factored in your pension(s). As contributions are often deducted from your salary automatically, they can slip your mind. Yet, whether you have one…

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The World In A Week – Thucydides’ Trap

Last week we wrote about the deterioration in outlook and this week we write about the actual fallout.  We saw safe havens rallying as fears of a recession increased markedly; gold hit a six-year high and US stocks had their worst trading day in 2019. This was led by lacklustre economic data for global manufacturing…

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The World in a Week – Dialling Down

The US Federal Reserve was in the limelight last week; Fed Chairman, Jerome Powell, delivered an unsurprising rate cut at his press conference, the first reduction in a decade. The 25bps clip was termed a ‘mid-cycle adjustment’ with Powell emphasising that the cut was not part of a steady trajectory of rate reductions and was…

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The World In A Week – The Greatest Showman?

Headlines were dominated by the Conservative Party leadership contest, which saw the expected outcome of a victory for Boris Johnson. In his inaugural speech as Prime Minister, Johnson said his priorities were to deliver Brexit, unite the country and defeat Jeremy Corbyn. With around 14 weeks in which to deliver Brexit, Johnson wasted no time…

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