Ali Edwards

Monthly Investment Briefing
Despite market jitters, are there reasons to remain positive?

What has happened over the last month… The transition from summer to autumn can typically be a more volatile period for global markets and the close of September certainly saw some market jitters. The final week of this month has been fraught with concerns as broken supply chains in the UK, due to a shortage …

Monthly Investment Briefing
Despite market jitters, are there reasons to remain positive?
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Monthly Investment Briefing
Despite market jitters, are there reasons to remain positive?

What has happened over the last month… The transition from summer to autumn can typically be a more volatile period for global markets and the close of September certainly saw some market jitters. The final week of this month has been fraught with concerns as broken supply chains in the UK, due to a shortage …

Monthly Investment Briefing
Despite market jitters, are there reasons to remain positive?
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Monthly Investment Briefing:
Are we heading towards Stagflation?

Inflation (CPI) in the UK rose to 2.5% in June 2021, partly due to price rises in food, second-hand cars, clothing, and eating out. Meanwhile, the US reported CPI at 5.4%, after seeing the largest 1-month increase since June 2008. Whether these rises are transitory or sustained long-term is one of our more frequently debated …

Monthly Investment Briefing:
Are we heading towards Stagflation?
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As summer emerges, despite new variants, will our confidence emerge with it?

What has happened through June… Warmer temperatures have finally arrived after a rain sodden and cold spring. Along with the emergence of summer, we lift our weary heads after a winter in lockdown, as finally the pubs, restaurants and shops have re-opened their doors. However, despite the strong vaccine drive, the ‘Delta Variant’ has taken …

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As summer emerges, despite new variants, will our confidence emerge with it?

What has happened through June… Warmer temperatures have finally arrived after a rain sodden and cold spring. Along with the emergence of summer, we lift our weary heads after a winter in lockdown, as finally the pubs, restaurants and shops have re-opened their doors. However, despite the strong vaccine drive, the ‘Delta Variant’ has taken …

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One year on from the first lockdown… Is COVID really in our rear view mirror?

What has happened over the last 3 months…  Finally! Having passed the 23rd of March anniversary of the first UK lockdown, we are nearing a return to normality as vaccines roll out and the Government has laid out plans for the gradual reopening. However, at the start of the year, having bade farewell to the …

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Monthly Market Review:
More Biden, Less Trump and a dose of Brexit!

November has been a quiet month for a nation under lockdown but results of highly anticipated events has created a tumultuous news feed.  At the time of writing, Biden has won the US election, Covid-19 vaccines appear to have better efficiency than expected and now we just need this week’s “Brexit final crunch” to come to …

Monthly Market Review:
More Biden, Less Trump and a dose of Brexit!
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