At the Spring Statement Chancellor Philip Hammond stated that UK inflation would fall towards the Bank of England’s (BoE) 2 per cent target in the next year.
As the House of Lords defeats a key piece of EU withdrawal legislation, the general sentiment in the investment arena is somewhere on the spectrum between uncertainty and gloom.
One of the most compelling arguments for investing in UK stocks comes from the fundamental characteristics of the operating environment.
The US has raised tariffs on Chinese imports and China has responded in kind.
The recent reporting season offered an insight into how companies are adapting to rapid technological disruption.
Throughout your working life, you will have worked hard to build up that precious pension pot, but the time will come when you must decide how to use to the money you’ve saved to fund your retirement.
For some time, the most important task facing many CEOs has been to ensure their businesses are benefitting from, rather than being disintermediated by, the digital economy.
Investors have enjoyed stellar returns from the UK housebuilding sector over the past decade.
We’ve seen a recent selloff in the US technology sector as some companies in the space have faced near-term challenges and negative press. But as long-term investors, we are not deterred.