The Week: The UK continues its unloved status
As Valentine’s Day approaches, the UK still can’t find many suitors. The post-election bounce has ebbed and investors are looking at the Brexit negotiations with trepidation.
12th Feb 2020
UK equity income market review: A defining moment for Brexit
The UK General Election proved to be a defining moment for Brexit in the UK as Boris Johnson’s decisive victory – with an 80-seat majority – paved the way for his Brexit deal to clear the House of Com...
15th Jan 2020
Global update: Double-digit gains in 2019
Despite a year that was filled with political and social upheaval – from the trade war between the US and China, through Brexit, to the civil unrest in Hong Kong – many world markets achieved double-d...
9th Jan 2020
What next for Brexit?
After months of political wrangling over Brexit, Prime Minister Theresa May announced that she would stand down as leader of the Conservative Party.
28th May 2019
The Week: Why was the budget so boring?
The 2018 Budget was boring, even by the standard of recent budgets, but the constraints of Brexit make it difficult to implement any radical ideas
1st Nov 2018
Legal & General Investment Management | Trade wars, tax reform and immigration
Paul Measures, Head of Intermediary Sales, and Justin Onuekwusi, lead fund manager of the Multi-Index range, discuss how political developments are affecting portfolios.
Legal & General Investment Management
1st Aug 2018
Invesco | John Greenwood's quarterly economic outlook: Q3 2018
Will a trade war undermine economic growth? While it is possible that political issues could hamper the economic upswing in some countries, my view remains that the business cycle is the ultimate and...
20th Jul 2018
Investec | Geopolitical landscape
Populism, Brexit, the Eurozone: How have Geopolitical risks evolved since the beginning of the year?
13th Jul 2018
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