Weekly Market Updates

Weekly Market Commentary 14 June 2019

One Country, Two Systems This week, while Tory party hopefuls all clamour for the chance to sit in the captain’s chair on the Titanic, another democracy is also on the
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Weekly Market Commentary: 7th June 2019

Trump and May share a pose as Successors Jostle for Leadership This week while the two current leaders of the UK and USA shared a photo op, we got an
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Weekly Market Commentary: 31st May 2019

Trump Threatens Mexico with Tariffs over Immigation Row This week markets have been rattled by a further escalation in Donald Trump’s trade war, when he opened a new front with
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Weekly Market Commentary: 24th May 2019

Theresa May Confirms Resignation This week we witnessed another Conservative Prime Minister reduced to rubble over Brexit, whoever ends up replacing her in Number 10 will likely suffer the same
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Weekly Market Commentary – 17 May 2019

Markets Remain Unusually Calm Amidst Escalating Tensions This week, despite the escalating trade war with China and a growing possibility of an actual war with Iran, US markets largely shrugged
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Weekly Market Commentary – 10 May 2019

New Tariffs Mark last Gasp bid to Force Trade Deal Last week the collapsing state of US-China trade relations has roiled markets. Talks appeared to have broken down after US
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Weekly Market Commentary – 03 May 2019

Federal Reserve Chairman Continues to Defy Market Expectations This week, while we await the results from local council elections, there was a chance to indulge in the sport of interest
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Weekly Market Commentary as of 26th April 2019

European Elections Puts Brexit Talks on Hold This week, after a delightful break, we get back to Brexiting. True to form, whatever small signs of progress there might have been
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Weekly Market Commentary written on 12th April 2019

UK: Debenhams Falls into Administration Last week Debenhams entered administration after turning down two separate rescue plans from Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley. Instead it ceded control to lenders potentially
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