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Cambridge Weekly Update 29th April 2019

Waning market stimuli put stock markets on notice A pleasant Easter break has been followed by new highs for US equity indices. And yet, it has been a less comfortable week for professional investors. The tailwinds blowing the 2019 stock…
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Cambridge Weekly Update – 25th March 2019

The_Cambridge Weekly Update 25_March_2019   Brinkmanship and extensions Every few months, I spend a few days of the week travelling across the UK with Cambridge’s relationship management team updating regional gatherings of financial advisers. This time around, it was not surprising to find…
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Cambridge Weekly Update – 11th March 2019

ECB stimulus U-turn leaves markets unimpressed Last week, we wrote about the impressive 25% market recovery the Chinese stock market had witnessed since the beginning of the year. This week, the Chinese leadership demonstrated that it dislikes stock market exuberance at least…
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Looking to the future

Reasons to start saving for retirement early You’ll prepare in a more relaxed way  Saving for 30 years instead of 10 means you can put away less money each month and reach the same target. It’ll also mean…
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Cambridge Weekly Update – 4th March 2019

£-Sterling ‘applauds’ prospect of Brexit delay The last week of February was void of significant economic or monetary market drivers, which left global investors to observe the political news-flow. The US President and UK’s Theresa May were therefore quickly identified…
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