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The Green Line – February 2019
by Steve Russell
Once a month we will bring you an interesting chart with a short commentary. Our aim is to illuminate the corners of financial markets. TINA turning? Rising returns on cash may cause investors to withdraw from riskier assets such as equities and corporate bonds Ever since the authorities cut interest rates around the globe to

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The V in Volatility
by Joseph Amato
The equity rally is likely just the start of a volatile adjustment to a new fundamental reality. “Investors who sit out now could miss a chunk of this year’s returns.” Those were the last words that I wrote in one of our CIO Weekly Perspectives in January. Since then, the S&P 500 Index has been

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Blain’s Morning Porridge
by Bill Blain
Not as glamorous as Brooklyn, as cool as Staten Island, or as private as Manhattan… ”* *In the headlines this morning Bit of jolt to stock market’s yesterday – US Retail Sales crash, Trade War concerns, slowdown in China, stagnation in Germany, and a growing realisation all these things plus a modest earnings season point

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The UK Housing Market in 2019 – The Deep Trends (Part one)
by Gavriel Merkado
PART I: The Global Macro Factors Time and again, I am asked: What about the future? What can you tell me about what will happen tomorrow? Next week? Next month? Next year?  In this series, I will be doing just that and forecasting the near-term future of housing prices here in the UK and for

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Jeremy Corbyn Provides the Best Chance of Retrieving Margaret Thatcher’s Property-Owning Democracy
by Jo Welman
When considering the investment risks that would arise from the implementation of an anti-capitalist labour manifesto, we should start by considering both the likelihood of this outcome and the form of Brexit that will provide the economic and investment conditions.  Despite the way in which the Brexit negotiations have been conducted to date and the

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London, UK: Strengthening ties between capital and country
by Jack Brown
As the political, financial and cultural centre of the United Kingdom, is London too dominant? This report explores how London’s relationship with the UK has changed and sets out new thinking on how the capital can better connect with its nation state. Recent years have seen a growing gap – in economic performance and civic connection –

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The German real estate market
by Milosz Papst
The availability of German real estate has fallen, illustrated by a 5.3% year-on-year decline in 2017 residential permits. Since then, there has been little to no movement, with the German Federal Statistical Office reporting a 0.5% increase in residential permits through January and November 2018 from the previous year.  This is a symptom of persistent

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London must be the UK’s shining star, not a vortex
by John Ashmore
London is the lodestar of the UK economy – but it has an image problem According to a newly released report, it’s time for London to shed its uncaring image and show the rest of the UK a little love. The Centre for London’s London, UK: Strengthening ties between capital and country, is a timely reminder

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