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Macro economic outlook 2018

With unemployment at a multi-decade low and a slowing UK economy, should investors be focussing on volatility as we move into 2018? Please join Julian Chillingworth on 9th January at 11am to explore our house views for 2018 against a backdrop of unprecedented uncertainty. Julian will be examine t... Read more >>

Investment update - a new tune for 2018

Investment update - a new tune for 2018

Synchronicity has made a comeback this year, 34 years after topping the pop charts. Investors are touting a somewhat flimsy theory about global growth and equity returns, but we’ll be watching more convincing charts in 2018. Read more >>

Year in Review | Masterclass

2017 has been an eventful year with Brexit, Trump, political and economic uncertainty, central bank monetary policy and also high and low yields. These all characterized the year, so are we going to see more of the same in 2018? Read more >>

Christmas dealing notice 2017/18

Business days and trading hours over the Christmas and New Year period 2017/18 Read more >>

Rathbone UK Opportunities Fund

Rathbone Unit Trust Management Ltd confirms that the Rathbone Recovery Fund has been renamed to the Rathbone UK Opportunities Fund. Read more >>

Review of the week (week ending 13 October)

Review of the week (week ending 13 October)

Britain and Ireland are braced for Hurricane Ophelia, but the UK Cabinet’s attention is likely to be firmly fixated on Brexit this week. Read more >>

Review of the week (week ending 6 October)

Review of the week (week ending 6 October)

Sterling has had a raucous few weeks. We have long noted that, following last year’s referendum, the currency has become the barometer of Brexit. It is also the political pulse of Theresa May’s government. Read more >>

Asset TV Fixed Income Masterclass

Fixed Income has long acted as a safety net but rising rates pose a challenge. In this Masterclass a panel of experts discuss how fixed income is positioned today, managing risk, long vs. short duration, views on geopolitical risk in Europe and current trends in ESG and social bonds Read more >>

Review of the week (week ending 29 September)

Review of the week (week ending 29 September)

About 170 years ago, the Conservative Party was split by a bitter battle between the countryside and the cities. Using hefty tariffs on imports, the Corn Laws kept grain prices – and therefore bread and food prices – high and ensured the dominance of landowning aristocrats over the manufacturing mog... Read more >>

Review of the week (week ending 22 September)

Review of the week (week ending 22 September)

The UK will pay €20bn (£17.6bn) to the EU as a “down-payment” on a much larger Brexit bill, Prime Minister Theresa May agreed in Florence last week. Read more >>