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Morning Editorial: Who dares walks

FTSE 100 Index called to open +30pts at 7645, having extended Friday’s rebound to 7660. However, it is off its highs having been knocked back by falling highs resistance since

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Morning Editorial: Channelling your inner Bull

Channelling your inner Bull FTSE 100 Index called to open flat at 7859, within a new 2-day rising channel that sits in the middle of the longer term 8-week corridor

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Most landlords undeterred by Brexit uncertainty

Only one in ten landlords would postpone expanding their property portfolios because of Brexit, whilst 3% of landlords said they would increase their investment in the buy-to-let market. However, other

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Article 50: what does this mean for investors?

The passing of the Brexit Bill through Parliament will enable Theresa May to formally write to the European Union and trigger Article 50 on 29 March – effectively firing the

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The road to Brexit – what’s next for investors?

Azad Zangana, senior European economist at Schroders, believes the UK’s exit payment will be an issue. Commenting he said: “The triggering of Article 50 itself will largely be a non-event for

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Dow rally encourages optimism in markets

Markets are turning to riskier assets as we approach the back end of the week with the glee of yesterday’s 20,000 milestone for the Dow providing the basis for bullish

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Supreme court rules government cannot trigger article 50 without act of Parliament

The supreme court has ruled eight to three that the government can not trigger article 50 and start the UK’s exit from the European Union without a vote in Parliament.

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Brexit speech: experts react

The Prime Minister seems to have achieved her goal of setting out a plan without giving too much away and markets – for now – appear happy to give her

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Brexit: Theresa May’s speech in full

“A little over six months ago, the British people voted for change. They voted to shape a brighter future for our country. They voted to leave the European Union and

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May lays out Brexit plan

Speaking at Lancaster House, where Margaret Thatcher gave a speech praising the single market 29 years ago, May outlined the government’s 12 objectives for the Brexit talks whilst confirming that