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The World In A Week – House Rules

Inflationary pressures continue to be one of the leading concerns with strong expectations that there is significant pent-up demand for goods and services as economies start to unlock from lockdowns. However, European Central Bank policymakers stated they saw no evidence of sustained inflationary pressure. Should there be strong spending activity in the coming months, we…

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The World In A Week – Nul Points

Global equity markets ended the week marginally negative, but under the bonnet there was a high degree of volatility over the five trading days, with the S&P 500 in the US down over -2.5% at one point, only to bounce back strongly and end a smidge below its all-time high. Much of the volatility was…

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The World In A Week – Inflated Expectations Return to Earth

Last week was a negative one for markets, as the MSCI All Country World Index of global stocks returned -2.3% in GBP terms. The stand-out macroeconomic event of the week was the release of US inflation data on Wednesday, which revealed that prices were rising faster than market participants had anticipated. The increase in consumer…

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Inflation is back – should you be worried?

Inflation has been off the agenda for investors for years, but prices are rising again – and it could have implications for your finances. Inflation has been low by historical standards for much of the past decade, with price growth falling particularly sharply over the past three years. Never the easiest factor to track when it…

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Top tips for getting the most out of your money online

There is no question that money is going digital, with the pandemic speeding the switch away from cash. But how can you make your money go further in a digital world? Here are some ideas to help you stay safe and get the most out of your money online. Internet usage has surged during the pandemic,…

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The World In A Week – Shuffling of the Cards

Last week local elections took place across the UK that saw the Conservatives extend their dominance over Labour, making a net gain of twelve councils with Labour losing control of eight. Labour’s poor local election performance prompted Sir Keir Starmer to reshuffle his cabinet, with Anneliese Dodds being replaced by Rachel Reeves as Shadow Chancellor….

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