Theresa May has announced her resignation, sparking what could be a fierce leadership race. Find out how Chief Investment Officer Richard Flax thinks the changing political landscape could impact portfolios.
Head of UK Investment Consultants, Will Hedden, runs through the lessons learnt from first quarter performance, and the latest portfolio rebalancing.
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Moneyfarm Chief Investment Officer Richard Flax gives his take on the latest market events and what could happen in the financial markets during 2019.
British politics isn’t having an easy ride, with recent defections from both Labour and the Conservatives. Is this political turmoil significant for financial markets, though?
There are a number of financial faux-pas you can make trying to protect your money during periods of uncertainty. The most common is forgetting that your time in the market helps maximise returns over the long-run. Find out more.
Sounding pessimistic about financial markets is relatively easy in the current climate. Richard Flax explains why the more interesting question is why 2019 could do better than people think in this outlook.
After two years of fraught negotiations, Theresa May suffered a heavy defeat as her Brexit Bill was rejected by 432 votes to 202. This historic defeat, one of the largest in 100 years, prompted Labour to immediately table a motion of no confidence in the Government. Uncertainty continues to reign. This is the harsh reality […]
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