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Newsletters

Here you will find our quarterly newsletter providing topical and current advice on all aspects of financial planning. These newsletters are intended to bring a few important, topical, issues to your attention. If you would like to discuss any of them (or any other aspect of your financial planning) in detail, please telephone for an appointment.


In this issue we take a look at the Spring Statement, Global Stocks and Shares Markets and Post-Brexit doubts.
In this issue we take a look at inflation, ISA limits and global markets.
In this issue we take a look at Brexit, Inflation & Bond and Currency Markets.
In this issue we take a look at Brexit, The Autumn Budget and Global Markets.

Personal Finance

LONDON (Reuters) - The Bank of England will be looking to see if Britain's economy has recovered from a severe winter chill as it weighs the prospects for a future interest rate rise this week.
LONDON (Reuters) - British households enjoyed the fastest growth in employment income in at least nine years in June, according to a survey that may give the Bank of England concern that underlying inflation pressures are rising.
LONDON (Reuters) - British house prices edged up from a five-and-a-half-year low in May and there was a tentative first sign of more properties for sale but it was too early to call a change in the sluggish property market, a surveyors group said.
LONDON (Reuters) - British inflation held at a one-year low in May despite a jump in fuel prices, leaving the chances of a Bank of England interest rate hike over the coming months finely balanced.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's new gender pay gap rules should be tightened to ensure that highly-paid partners at consultancies, accountants and law firms cannot circumvent the spirit of the legislation, a parliamentary committee told the government on Wednesday.