EU REFERENDUM

The outcome of the EU referendum surprised markets but the reaction is consistent with our expectations. Markets are functioning at this point and we expect central banks and politicians to respond in a concerted way. The wider geopolitical implications for the UK and Europe are of great significance and need monitoring. However, it is important to keep this event in context – this is far from the global financial crisis of 2008. This is a time for investors to concentrate on long-term fundamentals and we are well placed to do this. Volatility will give rise to some significant opportunities. We remain focused on meeting your investment goals and do not expect any disruption to how we manage portfolios.

Impact on fund ranges

Bid

392.00 GBP

26/08/2016

up 0.00

Offer

394.60 GBP

AUM (M) 923.02 GBP

Period 3M 6M 1Y 3Y 5Y
Change - - - - -

Bid

18190.00 GBP

26/08/2016

up 10.00

Offer

18310.00 GBP

AUM (M) 777.44 GBP

Period 3M 6M 1Y 3Y 5Y
Change - - - - -

Retirement

18AUG 2016

What is a safe amount to take from a pension?

Retirement

18AUG 2016

What is a safe amount to take from a pension?

Figures for the UK show high pensions withdrawals. It highlights the challenge for pensioners in many countries trying to work out how much income th…

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Markets

18AUG 2016

Are negative rates helping? These three charts suggest not

Markets

18AUG 2016

Are negative rates helping? These three charts suggest not

Desperate times have prompted desperate measures. But is the extreme medicine working? Savers and investors may wish to look away now.

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Markets

17AUG 2016

Costly cures: the US drug pricing conundrum

Rising drug prices have been thrust into the limelight by the US presidential nomination campaigns. We look at the implications for the healthcare in…

Economics

12AUG 2016

August 2016 Economic Infographic

In this month's infographic we look at the market's dependency on liquidity injections from central banks and the dangers that lie within.

OUTLOOKS 2016

Our top fund managers take a look at what’s in store for markets in 2016

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