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Ross Brookes, Head of Charles Stanley’s Collectives Research Team, discusses the fund trends we have seen in 2018 and makes some predictions for 2019.
US and technology funds came out on top over 2018, with emerging markets and UK equities lagging.
For children in your family there is a lasting Christmas gift that could give them a great start in life.
In the first of our Christmas video series Charles Stanley's Chief Investment Officer, Jon Cunliffe, sets the economic scene and reveals his outlook for 2019.
It’s worth spending a little time ensuring your portfolio is in good shape for the New Year. Rob Morgan offers some tips.
Lynn Hutchinson outlines the major trends in low-cost passive funds in 2018.
Concerns about security and nationalism are leading to increased web censorship. Many feel the internet will split into different parts – a move that would change the world significantly.
Ben Johnson, fund analyst in Charles Stanley’s Collectives Research Team, provides an overview of ethical investing.
Garry White, Chief Investment Commentator, looks at the events that have shaped UK equity markets this week (December 10 to 14, 2018).
With interest rates low some investors are exploring new territory in their search for income. One such frontier is emerging market debt funds.
The start of December has seen a fall in world stock markets amid concerns about Donald Trump’s trade war with China and worries about slowing global growth.
Reviving the US coal industry was one of the tenets of Donald Trump’s election campaign, but cheap shale gas makes this a very difficult proposition. It is unlikely he can fulfil this promise.
The value of investments can fall as well as rise. Investors may get back less than invested. Past performance is not a reliable guide to future returns.
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