Our kids are going to lead us out of lockdown, as the government makes some tough decisions. Chief investment officer Julian Chillingworth looks at the tracking programme that will accompany the back-to-school drive.
The prolonged coronavirus lockdown will have lasting economic and social impacts around the world. Here our investment team consider four key areas where things may never be the same again.
The government has unveiled its lockdown exit plan to mixed reception. Our chief investment officer Julian Chillingworth thinks attention is best paid elsewhere.
This Friday we remember the victory of an older generation. They won peace and reshaped the world, becoming a timeless example for humanity, argues our chief investment officer Julian Chillingworth.
Austerity is the latest victim as the largest giveaway since 1992 is unleashed.
A plunge in oil prices has sent markets reeling, but the epidemic is still the main concern.
Trade wars continue to cloud the outlook for businesses and consumers. Closer to home, Brexit uncertainty has gone from bad to worse. Our new Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s first few weeks in office have been pretty spectacular.
Owing to its size and influence around the world, what happens in the US economy has important implications for financial markets everywhere.
The yield curve is all the rage in the financial press, with more people searching for it on Google than at any time since 2005, which was the last time it inverted. But what is the yield curve? What does it mean for it to invert? And why should we care?