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Cambridge Weekly – 12th August 2019

Bond markets unnerve equity markets – again We have repeatedly commented on these pages that the good mood in asset markets this year is more to do with central bank policy than a positive backdrop of the real economy. With…
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Cambridge Weekly – 22nd July 2019

…‘twere well it were done quickly It has been another reasonable week for risk assets, especially equities. At the time of writing, markets around the world are within a percentage point of last week’s highs. In the US, large cap stocks…
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Cambridge Weekly Update – 15th July 2019

Positioning for a summer of wait and see Cambridge’s investment team held its in-depth investment committee meeting last week, where we reflect on how the economy and capital markets have developed relative to our expectations from previous meetings and what may have…
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Cambridge Weekly Update – 8th July 2019

Liquidity drives stock markets to new highs – for how long? The highly anticipated meeting between US President Trump and China’s President Xi Jinping at the G20 summit in Osaka came and went – with somewhat of a damp squib…
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Cambridge Weekly Update – 1st July 2019

The tortoise cracks the egg – what’s real diversification? ‘Don’t put all your eggs in one basket’ is a phrase we hear time and time again. Although useful in explaining the concept to clients, it’s not really helpful in explaining…
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Keeping it in the family

Intergenerational planning helps you put financial measures in place to benefit your children later in life, and possibly even your future grandchildren, so it’s important to start planning early. You may want to keep an element of control when passing…
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