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Our insight of what we judge to be the key macroeconomic, political or strategic events that could have a bearing on your investments.

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.
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.
Past, Present and Future
In this commentary members of our Strategy Committee will cover their views mainly related to our Diversified Core Strategy over the recent period and looking forward.
Taking The Temperature Of The UK Economy
For 2017 the UK economy has seen two consecutive soft quarters of 1% real growth. The second quarter national accounts confirm that the loss of consumer spending momentum lies at the heart of the slowdown.
The Trouble With Bonds…
…might be that they cannot offer equities support in times of Market turmoil.
Diversified Core Strategy Mid-Year Review
As the first half of 2017 is now behind us we wanted to give you an update on how we have transitioned the asset allocation in our Diversified Core Strategy over the past six months.
May Day In June!
Our Chief Investment Officer, Nolan Stanton, assesses the outlook for financial markets during our June Seminar ahead of the UK General Election.