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What can authorities do to offset the next financial crisis?
      
Historically, financial crises usually trigger two policy responses by central banks and governments: emergency actions to ensure that financial markets continue to function and support for the economy via easing in the form of monetary and fiscal policy accommodation.
Financial Planning
2017/18 Tax Tables

2017/18 Tax Tables which feature rates and allowances which you may find beneficial; Income Tax, Registered Pensions, National Insurance Contributions, State Pension, Property Transaction Taxes, Tax Incentivised Investment, Capital Gains Tax, Inheritance Tax, Corporation Tax and VAT.

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Market Commentary 17 November 2017
Market Commentary
A weekly perspective on global markets

Inflation has been stubbornly low across major economies, struggling to hit Central Banks’ 2% target. Data released this week confirmed this trend yet again.

Market Commentary 17 November 2017
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Market Commentary 10 November 2017
Market Commentary
A weekly perspective on global markets

Investors continue to try to find parallels in history with the current US interest rate cycle with worries the current cycle could mirror 1994, when bond prices fell, as US Treasury bond yields shot upwards.

Market Commentary 10 November 2017
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Market Commentary 03 November 2017
Market Commentary
A weekly perspective on global markets

As expected, the Bank of England moved this week to raise interest rates. The 0.25% increase – the first rise in over ten years – reverses last year’s emergency rate cut, and means that the Bank of England base rate now stands at 0.5%, barely moving the dial for cash savers.

Market Commentary 03 November 2017
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Market Commentary 27 October 2017
Market Commentary
A weekly perspective on global markets

Japanese equities started the week on the front foot after the ruling Liberal Democratic Party decisively won last Sunday’s general election, making Prime Minister Abe’s position increasingly secure and adding fuel to the early momentum already seen from his economic policies, now called Abenomics

Market Commentary 27 October 2017
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