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The Cambridge Weekly – 4th May 2020

Lock-down, Open-up In April, the virus ended the lives of over 190,000 people across the world. Of those, 13% were in the United Kingdom, nearly 25,000. The UK has been one of the worst affected countries during this pandemic. The…
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The Cambridge Weekly – 27th April 2020

Trial and error After making a cameo appearance in the build-up to March’s COVID-19 market crash, last week saw oil return in dramatic fashion to reclaim the spotlight. This time the performance veered almost into parody, with the oil price falling into…
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The Cambridge Weekly – 20th April 2020

Lifting lockdown remains a delicate balancing act The post-Easter week brought continued relief for long-term investors, with a consolidation of the recovery from previous weeks followed by reacceleration towards the end of the week. That said, the continued strength of…
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Spring 2020 Client Newsletter

Spring 2020 Client Newsletter Welcome to the latest issue of our client Newsletter. In our Spring issue we look at the financial and legal documents everyone should have in place, how to protect your family’s finances and the property…
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The Cambridge Weekly – 14th April 2020

Fading threat of financial crisis re-opens old divides These “strange times we live in” are even stranger for those of us working in and around capital markets. Despite the COVID-19 death toll rising to horrifying and previously unthinkable highs, stock…
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The Cambridge Weekly – 30th March 2020

Extraordinary: bear and bull market all in one month It is the era of superlatives, the most frequent being “unprecedented”. The term is unavoidable and, I suspect, carries a level of unease only comparable to what many of our grandparents must…
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The Cambridge Weekly – 23rd March 2020

Government ordered recession Just like the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus itself, the rate of policy change over the last few weeks has been astounding. A week ago, Boris Johnson and co. were content to isolate the sick, have the public wash…
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