Weekly Market Updates

Weekly Marketing Commentary – 6 December 2019

M&S Property Gating isn’t the same as Woodford This week’s gating of the M&G Property fund has reignited the debate between whether commercial property funds should be daily dealing or
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Weekly Market Commentary 29 November 2019

FCA’S mini-bond ban proves too little too late for retail investors Mini-bonds are essentially loans to fund small business. They were portrayed by FCA recognised London Capital & Finance (LCF)
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Weekly Market Commentary 22 November 2019

Corbyn’s Manifesto may not be as radical as first thought This week the launch of the Labour manifesto brought gasps of shock and horror from all but the most ardent
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Weekly Market Commentary 15 November 2019

Corbyn’s Free Broadband Plan Dials up popularity with Millennials This week we got a new twist in what is turning out to be a very strange election campaign so far. Despite
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Weekly Market Commentary – 8th November 2019

US Election 2020: Don’t Trust the Polls just yet This week while the UK election got off to a blundering start, with a series of gaffs and candidate resignations, the
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Weekly Market Commentary – 2 November 2019

Markets Shrug off No-Deal Fears and Turn to US Jobs Data This week the UK learned it is going back to the polls, not for a referendum, but for a
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Weekly Market Commentary 25 October 2019

European Markets Rebound While Brexit Momentum Stalls This week Brexit has returned to the status quo, popular in principle but impossible in practice. The complexities of leaving the European Union,
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Weekly Market Commentary – 18th October 2019

When Hubris meets Nemesis This week we saw the Woodford saga come to an end as fund administrator Link wound down the Equity Income fund. While it’s easy to jump
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Weekly Market Commentary – 11 October 2019

All Brexit Signs Point towards a General Election This week has seen a flurry of Brexit headlines, each one both calling an end to the process and somehow extending the
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