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Second quarter earnings
13 August, 2020
Q2 earning results are down, but less than expected.
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Navigating the recovery
06 August, 2020
As the world economy recovers from COVID-19 some things are likely to have changed forever.
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US Elections – framing the market debate
23 July, 2020
Will the US elections deliver a divided or a single-party, unified government?
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Investment Update: UK Commercial Property – Look at Structural Shifts, Not Valuations
21 July, 2020
Commercial property has become an important part of investor portfolios over the last few years. At the turn of the millennium the average pension fund had around a 5% exposure. In more recent years that figure is closer to 10%.
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From debt do us part
15 July, 2020
One of the key long-term legacies of the COVID-19 pandemic is very high debt levels across the world.
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Is now the right time to invest in alternatives?
09 July, 2020
Introducing alternatives like hedge funds and private market investments into a portfolio could help to reduce risk and may improve long-term returns.
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The value of active ownership
16 June, 2020
Through their ownership, investors share responsibility for a company’s policies and actions.
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The Art of Trade War
11 June, 2020
Tensions between the US and China have risen lately, with several key issues including China’s inability to increase imports and the upcoming US election, emerging as sticking points.
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A fistful of dollars
03 June, 2020
The US dollar looks set to gradually weaken, as long term valuations, economic and oil price recovery as well as Federal Reserve policy are all USD negative. Quintet’s Group Chief Investment Officer, Bill Street’s provides his latest outlook, on “a...
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On the Road to Recovery
28 May, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has put financial markets under severe stress. Oil prices briefly turned negative for the first time, economies have shrunk at the fastest pace ever, and the number of jobs lost in many countries dwarfs previous downturns.