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Why the House (or in this case the Bank of Japan) always wins….
      
As the Federal Reserve jolts financial markets across the world, by indicating US interest rates will continue rising through 2019, the Bank of Japan follows a very different path. Indeed, BoJ deputy governor Wakatabe-San declared earlier this year that ‘there are no limits to monetary policy’. If any one central bank is trying to prove this statement accurate (or a potential grand folly) it is the BoJ.
Financial Planning
Autumn Budget 2018

In a longer than usual Budget speech, and in a slightly more jocular than usual mood, the Chancellor laid out the Government’s vision for post-Brexit Britain. With a raft of measures aimed at shoring up businesses, infrastructure and the health service, Mr Hammond used the better than expected public finances to present an upbeat programme. Leaving some of the major announcements for last, this was a Budget to mark the coming of the end of austerity.

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Market Commentary 26 October 2018
Market Commentary
A weekly perspective on global markets

Many of you would, we hope, have been reading the Market Commentary since 2004 when began to send it out every Friday. The intention was to draw the readers' attention to often arcane and under-reported areas of financial markets, on which it would hopefully inform and illuminate. After speaking to some of our customers, we believe that it will be better to circulate the Market Commentary using more modern media.

Market Commentary 26 October 2018
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Market Commentary 19 October 2018
Market Commentary
A weekly perspective on global markets

The Bank of England’s Financial Policy Committee, established in 2013, meets on a quarterly basis to monitor and take action to address, remove or reduce any systemic risks which could negatively impact the UK financial system. In recent meetings, the Committee has rightly been focused on the potential impact of Brexit.

Market Commentary 19 October 2018
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Market Commentary 12 October 2018
Market Commentary
A weekly perspective on global markets

It has been a tumultuous week for equity markets with the MSCI All Country World Index sinking to an eight month low on Thursday morning. Although preceded by four consecutive down days, the sell-off truly gathered momentum on Wednesday when the S&P 500 suffered its largest one-day fall since February.

Market Commentary 12 October 2018
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Market Commentary 05 October 2018
Market Commentary
A weekly perspective on global markets

Politics once again dominated the direction of financial markets this week. It began with news that Donald Trump’s administration had successfully renegotiated Canada’s involvement in the North American Free Trade Agreement, with Canada agreeing to a number of concessions, in return for avoiding onerous tariffs on its vehicle exports to the US. White House officials are now of the view that the renegotiated agreement hands Trump more power in his battle with China.

Market Commentary 05 October 2018
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