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FTSE 100 Review

The FTSE 100 has undergone its latest quarterly review. FTSE Russell, the providers of the FTSE 100 and related UK indices, has announced the results of its quarterly review.  This was based on market values on 28th November and will take effect from Monday 18th December. As far as the FTSE 100 is concerned, there are three […]

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Quarterly Market Review: Q3 2017

A report on Q3, which features world capital market performance and a timeline of events for the past few months. Compare small cap vs large cap, and emerging vs developed markets at a glance.

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Caped Crusader

Many analysts believe shares in developed markets such as the UK are currently expensive.  But according to Robert Shiller, the economist famous for developing the Cape ratio – cyclically adjusted price to earnings – for valuing stocks, the UK Market remains ‘a great investment’.  The Cape ratio takes the current price of a stock and […]

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June Interest Rate Decision

An increase in interest rates could be nearer than anyone thought! Thursday’s meeting of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Bank of England was expected to be a non-event. A Reuters poll of economists revealed that not one expected a move in base rates from the 0.25% set in the wake of the Brexit […]

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Care and the Conservatives – General Election 2017

With the General Election looming over us and the election polls ever-shifting, nobody knows which way the scales will tip on 8th June.  However, there have been some interesting topics for discussion raised in the recent weeks. As many will have seen in the recent press, care and the ‘capping’ of care costs is a hot […]

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The New £1 Coin

With the excitement surrounding the issue of the new one pound coin, I wondered how much I would have today, if I had invested 10,000 of them into the FTSE All Share index when the pound coin was first launched. The one pound was introduced on 23 April 1983, when Lady Thatcher was Prime Minister, […]

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Key Points from Todays Budget

1. The economic forecast Growth in the UK economy picked up through 2016. Employment has reached a record high of 31.8 million people. The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) now forecasts that the UK economy will grow by 2% in 2017. The OBR also forecast that the economy will grow at a slightly slower rate in 2018, […]

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Missing the online Self Assessment deadline could be costly!

Each year HMRC receives a number of unusual excuses from Self Assessment customers who didn’t complete their tax return on time. Below are the top ten excuses received for the 2014/15 tax year. “My tax return was on my yacht…which caught fire” “A wasp in my car caused me to have an accident and my […]

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Donald Trump and the market reaction

In one of the biggest surprises in modern election history, Donald Trump has emerged as the President-elect and will take office in January. While some are overjoyed and some are dismayed, the markets are decidedly unhappy. As of this writing, the markets are reacting negatively to a new president that ran on a pro-business, low […]

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