The sorry tale of Brexit and the pound

It’s no exaggeration to say that the pound has been ravaged by Brexit. On the fateful night of 23rd June 2016, when it was announced that the UK had voted to leave the EU, sterling plummeted by 11% in a ‘flash crash’ the likes of which are extremely rare. Since…

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Fallout in China of latest yuan devaluation

The trade war between the US and China rumbles on and China unexpectedly took things up a gear at the beginning of August by employing another weapon in its armoury: the yuan. China’s central bank took the decision to devalue its currency by almost 2% against the US dollar not…

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The US Election – Economic Insight

Do you have difficulty thinking about your retirement? Does the world of no more work, endless spare time and unstructured days seem completely alien to you? If you’ve answered yes to those two questions, you’re not alone. Plenty of my clients, working busy jobs and with infinite pressures on their…

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