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Brexit here do we go from here?

Brexit where do we go from here?

24 June 2016

It is very important at this time to keep a cool head. Read More...

Brexit - Short term volatility may provide long-term opportunities

Brexit - Short term volatility may provide long-term opportunities

22 June 2016

There is little doubt that whatever the result, market volatility is likely to rise in the aftermath of the decision. Read More...

Brexit and UK Asset Markets

Brexit and UK Asset Markets

17 June 2016

The first in a series of articles about the possible effects of the EU referendum – market reaction to a decision to leave the EU. Read More...

Alex Brandreth Weekly Wrap

Weekly Wrap: It never rains but it pours

03 June 2016

Welcome to June, the month of the referendum for the UK to be in or out of the EU. Read More...

Jon Chitty

Weekly Wrap: Treasury provides analysis of "shock scenarios"

27 May 2016

Around a month ago we highlighted The Treasury’s 201 page report outlining the likely impact of the different relationships the UK could have with Europe in a post-‘Brexit’ world. Read More...

The case for pensions

The Case for Pensions

24 May 2016

Increasingly complex but still with significant potential Read More...

Weekly Wrap: Fed Rate Rise June

Weekly Wrap: Chances of a Fed rate hike at June meeting increase

20 May 2016

At the beginning of the week, the market-implied probability of a rate hike at the Federal Reserve’s next rate setting meeting held from 14th to 15th June stood at a mere 4%. Read More...

Jon Chitty

Weekly Wrap: Bank of England Takes Centre-Stage

13 May 2016

Much as we expected, in a week heavy with economic data centre-stage has been taken by the Bank of England (BoE). Read More...

Jon Chitty

Weekly Wrap: Non-Farm payrolls paint disappointing picture

06 May 2016

The first week of the month is usually dominated by the US Department of Labour’s estimate of changes to Non-Farm payrolls, and this week is no exception. Read More...

Weekly Wrap: Japan – reactions and expectations

Weekly Wrap: Japan – reactions and expectations

29 April 2016

The Federal Open Market Committee’s decision to keep interest rates onhold on Wednesday evening was a near certainty, and consequently had little to no market impact. Read More...