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23rd February 2018

| The Monthly - February 2018

By Alastair King

Well, there goes January- the days are lengthening and spring feels just around the corner

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19th February 2018

| The Weekly - Chilling Winds of Change

By Guy Stephens

Last week saw another period of gradual market recovery with the US market

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12th February 2018

| The Weekly - Economic Gods & Their Mysterious Ways

By Guy Stephens

Last week certainly broke the monotony of ever-rising markets

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7th February 2018

| Russian Revolution

By Tim Cockerill

Only a few years ago the old political order went unchallenged… But it looks like it has changed

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7th February 2018

| Tax Facts

By Donald Maxwell-Scott

"The hardest thing in the world to understand is income tax" – Albert Einstein

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7th February 2018

| New Year, New Rules

By Kevin Bowhay

The new legislative framework is having a far reaching impact on financial markets

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7th February 2018

| Rise of the Robots?

By Guy Stephens

The one thing we can be sure of is our world is about to change dramatically. And that has to be progress.

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7th February 2018

| The Outlook

By John Betteridge

The world economy seems to be undergoing a synchronised rebound, the like of which we have not seen for some time

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5th February 2018

| The Weekly - Serving Up Uncertainty

By Donald Maxwell-Scott

Theresa May has been in China securing £9 billion worth of trade agreement

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29th January 2018

| The Weekly - Currency Conflicts

By Guy Stephens

Some of our team have recently appreciated The Darkest Hour which has been receiving rave reviews at the box office

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22nd January 2018

| The Weekly - Pensions: The elephant in the Boardroom

By Donald Maxwell-Scott

The collapse of British Home Stores (BHS) in 2016 certainly brought the issue of pension deficits to light

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15th January 2018

| The Weekly - Painting Over The Cracks?

By Donald Maxwell-Scott

The saying goes that the bull goes up the stairs and the bear falls out of the window

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