In what is turning out to be an extremely eventful and unpredictable week, Theresa May survived a vote of confidence last night by a margin of 200 to 117.
In a surprise move this afternoon, Theresa May announced to parliament that Tuesday’s planned vote on her Brexit deal would be postponed.
Brown Shipley’s Deputy Chief Investment Officer, Alex Brandreth, discusses the latest developments with Brexit, and how these events are impacting both the economy and markets.
Hailed as a major step forward by the UK prime minister, not everyone is convinced that the initial agreement yesterday on a draft ‘political declaration’ brings us any closer to a final Brexit deal.
Sterling was under pressure this morning as the probability of a ‘hard Brexit’ scenario rose following the resignations of several ministers in Theresa May’s cabinet in protest to her draft Brexit deal.
Our Integrated Wealth Management Service brings together wealth planning and investment management to create a plan for clients that is tailored to their needs. It sounds good, but what does it mean in practice?
Consumers around the world are unanimous in feeling they are getting ‘the worst deal in history’ as they fill up their Gulfstreams at Biggin Hill, their Sunseekers in Antibes or even their VW Golfs at ASDA – and they are not alone.
So this time the pollsters were right; the House of Representatives turns blue, i.e. falls into the hands of the Democrats, while the Senate remains in Republican hands and their grip has tightened.
Whether our client’s source of wealth stems from the sale of their family business or a fine piece of artwork, a common investment for many HNW individuals is residential property.
In spite of rumours in the press over recent weeks the Budget on Monday held almost nothing to excite savers and investors.
We are delighted to announce that Toby Vaughan has today started his new role as Chief Investment Officer (CIO), following his appointment in August.
Brexit negotiates are heating up, further UK interest rate rises are a possibility and ongoing global trade tensions are the key factors taking us into the autumn. The old Chinese curse states; ‘May you live in interesting times’, and this couldn’t be more relevant than today.