Please see below for a range of useful blog posts, resources and latest news stories which may be of interest to you.
23 Apr 2020
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The post-Covid19 era will have an economy shaped by new habits & regulations based on reduced close-contact interaction and tighter travel & hygiene restrictions. The current disruption will change how we eat, work, shop, exercise, manage our health, socialize, and spend our free time - at an unprecedented rate of change. This report was provided to us by Board of Innovation.
22 Apr 2020
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The term volatility refers to periods of short-term rises and falls in the price of investments. These movements in price can be caused by a variety of political and economic factors, such as a change in government policy or news that impacts a specific industry causing uncertainty. This guide was provided to us by Architas.
28 Nov 2019
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Investors have scarcely been able to turn on their television sets or look at their phones in recent weeks without being presented with some pressing issue which seems to merit their attention. A flood of headlines have appeared seemingly all at once: the protests in Hong Kong; the air strikes on a major Saudi oil facility; and the first incipient moves to impeach President Trump. All that and more on top, of course, of the two issues which never seem to get resolved: the US-China trade war and the unending Brexit saga.
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