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Cambridge Weekly – 11th February 2019

Is 2019’s market recovery beginning to stutter? After one of the worst Decembers for global investors since the Great Depression, followed by the best January since 1987, February has started not too badly for investors. While up overall, the 7th week…
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Protect yourself from banking and HMRC scams

Unfortunately, financial fraud is a growing problem which everyone needs to take seriously It’s not uncommon for your bank to try and contact you. But sometimes those emails and phone calls are just scammers using the trust you have…
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Cambridge Weekly Update – 21st January 2019

Markets looking ahead The New Year’s stock market recovery rally we wrote about last week has continued, to the surprise of many who are observing unprecedented political shambles on either side of the Atlantic. The UK appeared to be descending into political…
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Cambridge Weekly 14 January 2019

Substantial but fragile New Year recovery While the UK public were stunned and distracted by the live constitutional drama between parliament and government over Brexit, equity markets continued their New Year’s recovery rally. Since the pre-Christmas lows, Global stock markets…
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Tatton Weekly – 13th July 2018

As good as it gets? Investment strategy update The past week was incredibly busy at Tatton’s headquarters in the heart of the City of London. It was investment committee week during which we look at many, many macroeconomic and capital…
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Tatton Weekly – 6th July 2018

Why we should expect the Bank of England to raise rates Bank of England governor Mark Carney was upbeat about the UK economy this week. At a speech in Newcastle on Thursday, the BoE chief said that “the incoming data…
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Tatton Weekly – 29th June 2018

Emerging Markets: US$ and China dragging the pack down Emerging market (EM) investments have been under strain recently. Wednesday delivered a fresh blow, as both EM currencies and equities took a dive, seemingly prompted by fears over trade tensions with…
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