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19th Aug 2020
Although the summer slowdown in the primary market came early this year, we did see a few issues in sterling and there was plenty happening in secondary markets in July.
By Jeremy Wharton
18th Aug 2020
Although we are by no means out of the woods, we have seen something of a return to normality in Britain.
By Sam Liddle
14th Aug 2020
July was a dismal month for the UK markets (especially in comparison to their US peers). The FTSE 100 was down 4.4% and the FTSE Higher yield down 7.2%.
By Rory Campbell-Lamerton
13th Aug 2020
The stock markets are still going President Trump’s way.
By James Mahon
5th Aug 2020
I have written before about the disparity between how women and men manage their finances, and the noticeable lack of engagement by women to use investment as a tool to grow their wealth.
By Emma Parkes
4th Aug 2020
"The path forward for the economy is extraordinarily uncertain" – Jay Powell, Federal Reserve Chairman, 29th July 2020
By Fred Mahon
31st Jul 2020
Credit markets seemed slightly determined to bring forward the summer lull and the flow of new issuance in the primary markets slowed to a trickle, bear in mind this follows a record H1.
30th Jul 2020
As the reporting season unfolds, both for economic numbers and company earnings, the extent of the pandemic’s effect on activity is brought ever more sharply into relief.
23rd Jul 2020
The Federal Reserve continued its corporate bond buying program after switching from buying ETF’s to purchasing individual bonds in the secondary market to create its own index.
22nd Jul 2020
After the past three months of heightened activity, we have only made one change to the Esk Global Equity portfolio since reporting in mid-June.
21st Jul 2020
The relationship between you and your financial adviser or investment manager is vital. It could determine the difference between a comfortable life and retirement, or one of worry and penny pinching.
16th Jul 2020
Most equity markets have spent the month since our last commentary in consolidation mode. China has been the outlier, being up around 10% after regulators gave the nod to fresh buying and margin trading.
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