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Key Themes – March

The first quarter of 2019 is drawing to a close in marked contrast to the final quarter of 2018. January and February enjoyed a significant rebound from the weakness seen in December and while March hasn’t been quite as strong, markets have, nevertheless, been positive. Much of this change in sentiment reflects the about turn…

Brexit – What is to come?

Since the UK’s vote to withdraw from the European Union in 2016, confusion has been spreading in every direction. With the March 29th deadline fast approaching MPs continue their feverish debates leaving us all with little-to-no clarity. Below we offer an outline of events expected in the coming months, with the caveat that this too…

Brexit – what now?

After two years of negotiations, Theresa May’s hard-fought EU deal was overwhelmingly rejected by MPs on Tuesday night with 432 votes to 202, a historic majority against of 230. Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labour party, immediately called for a vote of no confidence in the Conservative government. Theresa May won this round of votes…

Key Themes – December

At this time of year it is usual to take stock as we move into a new year. 2018 is ending in a similar way to the start, Q1 saw heightened volatility and we are seeing the same now. Markets are struggling to digest rising interest rates in the US, exactly what happened earlier in…

Key Themes – November

As we have moved through the year, market conditions have varied culminating a volatile October. This type of backdrop serves to remind us that multi asset investing is beneficial, not being restricted to one asset category. When prices fall in one area, but not in another, it opens up opportunities for us to buy quality…

Deal or No Deal?

If a good compromise is one which leaves each party dissatisfied then the Brexit draft Withdrawal Agreement may be greeted as a singular achievement. Published last night at the end of a marathon five hour cabinet meeting the agreement has been met with criticism on all sides save that of Prime Minister Theresa May and…

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