Quarter 1 2018 2019: Quarter One

“Britain can be cancelled, top EU lawyer says” – so blundered a headline writer on CNN’s website. However, it sometimes feels like it. A divided nation, a crippled Government and…

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2018: Quarter Four

As we near Brexit day, which occurs at the end of March next year, Theresa May has finally published how the UK government envisions the ongoing relationship with the EU…

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2018: Quarter Three

In contrast to the turbulence of the first quarter, markets made steady gains through much of the second. Stockmarkets were led higher by the US, principally driven by the stronger…

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2018: Quarter Two

Following an exceptionally tranquil 2017, financial markets have returned to a more typical fickle trading pattern. Equity markets started the year positively but weakness in bond markets then triggered widespread…

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