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Middle-East Conflict: implications for our Clients
January 10 , 2020
2020 has just started and already geopolitics is front and centre. The conflict between the US and Iran has escalated after the recent elimination of the top Iranian military master mind.
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Majority Accomplished – Decisive Tory Victory
December 13 , 2019
Just when we learned to stop trusting the statisticians, they managed to get it right. As predicted by opinion polls and betting markets, the Conservative Party won a comfortable majority with 364 seats.
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UK Election Update
November 25 , 2019
The UK Election continues to gather pace with TV debates, more opinion polls and the launch of party manifestos.
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The Backdrop We Face in the UK and the Upcoming General Election
November 18 , 2019
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More than Meats the Eye
September 11 , 2019
From alternative-protein burgers to bioreactor-grown fish, the future of food may be more high tech than haute cuisine
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Investment Insights August 2019
August 27 , 2019
Brown Shipley's Chief Investment Officer, Toby Vaughan, shares his insights on investments
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Current market conditions and Brown Shipley’s investment strategy – it’s easy to be bearish
August 06 , 2019
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The new age of tourism
August 06 , 2019
What’s driving the global travel and tourism boom? It’s a combination of geographic trends and long-term demographic patterns.
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Smarter cities
August 06 , 2019
As the world’s urban population continues to swell, city planners are counting on new technology to help avert a potential crisis.  
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May 23 , 2019
Technology, where to start? To help understand one of the most prolific effects of technology, I thought an analogy would help with the Network Effect.