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Market Bulletin 16 October 2017 – Flying High

Monday 16th October 2017

The pound slipped on political worries, but globally stocks broke new ground as investors focused on larger issues.

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Market Bulletin 09 October 2017

Monday 9th October 2017

The pound slipped on political worries, but globally stocks broke new ground as investors focused on larger issues.

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Brexit Wounds

Monday 9th October 2017

The outcome of Brexit talks could mean UK pensioners who have worked abroad are left worse off.

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Ten years later

Monday 9th October 2017

The third quarter marked ten years since the start of the financial crisis, and saw central banks just beginning to move on, says CIO Chris Ralph.

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Family values 25th September 2017

Tuesday 3rd October 2017

Investors should note that family-owned businesses tend to think not just years but decades ahead, says Janus Henderson’s Glen Finegan.

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Market Bulletin 2nd October 2017

Monday 2nd October 2017

Shinzo Abe called an election in Japan and Donald Trump finally laid out his tax cut plans, while violence marred Catalonia’s independence poll.

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Market Bulletin 25th September 2017

Monday 25th September 2017

Janet Yellen launched the reversal of QE in the US, Angela Merkel won a fourth election victory, and Theresa May laid out her Brexit vision in Florence.

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Market Bulletin 18th September 2017

Monday 18th September 2017

Gaining ground
The world’s leading index ended at a new high despite a fresh missile test by North Korea, while the Bank of England suggested a rate rise was imminent.

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Market Bulletin 11 September 2017

Monday 11th September 2017

Ladies & Gentlemen

Welcome to this week's Market Bulletin.
Despite continued geopolitical concerns, central bankers stole the limelight, pushing currencies to new records.

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Staying power

Monday 4th September 2017

Studies suggest that not quitting could be one of the most profitable investment decisions you ever take.

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Thinking ahead

Monday 4th September 2017

Experts say one of the biggest barriers to saving for our retirement is the inability to picture ourselves in the future.

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Market Bulletin -04 September 2017

Monday 4th September 2017

Despite rocky moments in politics and on markets, US and UK stocks ended August in the black, as global economic momentum persisted.

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Market Bulletin: 29 August 2017

Tuesday 29th August 2017

As the US president confronted perceived enemies at home and abroad, the annual meeting of the world’s central bankers delivered some balm for markets.

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Patience is still a virture

Thursday 24th August 2017

A ‘live for today’ culture and competing financial priorities are compromising efforts to save for the future.

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Market Bulletin: 21 August 2017

Monday 21st August 2017

On the tenth anniversary of the global financial crisis, the greatest risks appeared to be geopolitical rather than financial.

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Market Bulletin: 14 August 2017

Monday 14th August 2017

On the tenth anniversary of the global financial crisis, the greatest risks appeared to be geopolitical rather than financial.

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Market Bulletin: 07 August 2017

Monday 7th August 2017

Global growth, commodity prices and corporate earnings offered positives, as leading indices diverged.

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Market Bulletin: 31 July 2017

Monday 31st July 2017

A busy week of news for company earnings and economic growth ends with a tumble for technology and tobacco stocks.

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Market Bulletin: 24 July 2017

Monday 24th July 2017

Earnings season offered reasonable signs of economic momentum, while central banks largely chose to sit on their hands.

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Building Britain

Monday 24th July 2017

George Luckraft of AXA talks about post-referendum opportunities and why he remains bullish on UK housebuilders.

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