Labour’s manifesto is no ‘revolution’, but radical enough to skew economic risks to the downside.
With the UK economy creaking under the weight of Brexit preparations, the election campaign is well and truly underway. Can the parties’ shower of gifts for voters really be paid for, wonders chief investment officer Julian Chillingworth.
As Halloween approaches, the threat of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit has retreated. Our chief investment officer, Julian Chillingworth, outlines a new plan for keeping tabs of the Brexit electoral games.
Brexit is inching closer to resolution. We update our decision tree to help investors assess the possible paths forward.
On the anniversary of Nelson’s great victory in the Battle of Trafalgar, Chief investment officer Julian Chillingworth ponders Boris Johnson’s battle to leave the EU on 31 October after parliament’s latest blockade.
Politics brought a bit of joy to investors last week, with headway made in both the trade war and Brexit. A few more happy surprises could break the gloom, notes our chief investment officer, Julian Chillingworth. Bond investors should be warned.
The Supreme Court is set to rule on Boris Johnson’s parliamentary chicanery, but what difference does it make anyhow? Chief investment officer Julian Chillingworth despairs at a seemingly interminable impasse.
Meet the new boss; same challenges as the old boss
Last week chief investment officer Julian Chillingworth set the scene for what proved to be a week of happy mood music from major central banks. This week all ears will be tuned to the G20 summit of world leaders in the hope of hearing more of the same on the trade front.