Rathbones has a long tradition of keeping an eye on the future. We’re delighted to have launched our Rathbones Look forward series.
Until recently, protectionism had gone quiet in the press. But Donald Trump has never stopped playing the pugnacious attack dog of the anti-trade movement.
Rathbones win Private Client Asset Manager of the Year for third year in a row at the Citywealth Magic Circle Awards 2018
With the influence of politics on the global economy growing, could game theory provide a model for success?
At a ceremony at The British Library on Tuesday 8 May, Rathbones CEO Philip Howell hailed the “incredible books” on the shortlist and presented Richard Lloyd Parry with a cheque for £20,000 for his work, Ghosts of the Tsunami.
Listen to the authors talk about their shortlisted works – what they are about, and what they would like readers to take away with them.
UK stocks have underperformed other major developed markets so far in 2018, extending a pattern that has been in place since the June 2016 vote to leave the EU. A longer-term analysis also suggests Brexit isn’t the only thing weighing on UK companies, so why should investors be interested in UK equities now? We think investors are pricing in a fairly negative Brexit scenario, and see UK shares as offering fundamental value and opportunity in differing economic outlooks.
With less than a week to go before the winner of the Rathbones Folio Prize for 2018 is announced, Rathbones guests enjoyed an evening of discussion between two of the nominated authors and one of the judges.
Two novels on this year’s Rathbones Folio Prize shortlist explore the difficulties of communicating and the different forms that communication takes in the 21st century.