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20th February 2018

The Chancellor Headlines – February

The financial world is ever-changing, and we always aim to stay one step ahead of it. That’s why we’re welcoming you to The Chancellor Headlines, our […]
5th January 2018

January Market Commentary

Another year seems to have flown by in the space of about five months. December, in particular, seemed to go past in a blur. It was, […]
13th December 2017

December Market Commentary

November was a relatively disappointing month for world stock markets, with the majority of the markets we cover in this commentary losing ground in the month: […]
20th November 2017

November Market Commentary

What’s the saying? ‘Close, but no cigar’. That’s how it was in October as all but two of the markets we cover rose in the month. […]
20th November 2017

Half of Britons expect young to be worse off than parents

A recent survey by the think tank, the Resolution Foundation, has found that almost half (48%) of respondents expected people born between 1981 and 2000, categorised […]
9th October 2017

October Market Commentary

Well, we’re still here. Despite the seemingly best efforts of the leaders of the United States and North Korea – the world is still turning. But […]
6th September 2017

September Market Commentary

It is hard to start this commentary anywhere other than North Korea – or maybe crouching in Japan as a North Korean missile passes overhead. At […]
2nd August 2017

August Market Commentary

July got off to the best possible start when Janet Yellen, Chair of the US Federal Reserve, announced that there would be no more financial crises […]
10th July 2017

July Market Commentary

June was a fairly quiet month. Well, apart from the chaotic General Election in the UK. Oh – and the decisive win for Emmanuel Macron in […]