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Markets & Key Events | 6th September 2019

Markets & Key Events Sentiment turns positive despite widespread evidence of contraction in manufacturing sector Market sentiment turned positive this week, despite data released at the start of the week which pointed towards wide spread contraction within the manufacturing sector, as a series of positive announcements turned investors perceptions.  The withdrawal of the contentious extradition Read more

2019-09-10T12:23:53+01:00September 10th, 2019|Latest News|

Markets & Key Events | 19th July2019

Markets await further news to provide direction It has been a mixed week for markets, whilst investors wait for further news to provide direction.  The first week of second quarter company earnings season has provided mixed results, but it is too early to draw any conclusion as to whether an economic slowdown is evident.  President Read more

2019-07-26T08:00:05+01:00July 26th, 2019|Latest News|

Markets & Key Events | 28th June 2019

Markets have been choppy this week ahead of the G20 meeting in Japan, when President Trump of the US and President Xi of China are due to have a side meeting to discuss the trade war.  Second to this, whilst expectations are running high for the US Federal Reserve (Fed) to cut interest rates in Read more

2019-07-02T10:05:25+01:00July 2nd, 2019|Latest News|

Markets & Key Events | 21st June 2019

Markets & Key Events | 21st June 2019 Rising tensions between Iran and the US superseded by expectations of monetary easing Despite Iran downing a United States surveillance drone on Thursday, and unqualified reports of President Trump having been on the brink of authorising retaliatory air strikes, both equity and bond markets rallied this week, Read more

2019-07-02T10:01:06+01:00June 24th, 2019|Latest News|

Highlights & Lowlights | May 2019

Highlights & Lowlights: what caught our eye in May 2019 The rally in equity markets stalled in May. Stock markets fell across the world with few exceptions (India bucked the trend after investors reacted positively to the re-election of Narendra Modi as Prime Minister), whilst Fixed Interest and gold rose on the back of increased Read more

2019-06-12T12:52:59+01:00June 12th, 2019|Latest News|

Markets & Key Events | 17th May 2019

Markets & Key Events | 17th May 2019 The US China economic trade war dominated markets once again this week, as the Chinese responded in kind to Trump increasing tariffs, by raising tariffs themselves on $60bn worth of US imports.  Markets tumbled sharply on Monday, with technology one of the worst hit sectors, and government Read more

2019-05-20T08:20:23+01:00May 20th, 2019|Latest News|

Markets & Key Events | 13th May 2019

Markets & Key Events | 13th May 2019 US tariffs increased to 25% on $200bn worth of Chinese exports Following a tweet from Donald Trump last weekend, markets were dominated by the threat of US tariffs being increased from 10% to 25% on $200bn worth of Chinese exports on Friday, if trade negotiations failed to Read more

2019-05-14T06:33:17+01:00May 14th, 2019|Latest News|

The Good Investment Review | April 2019

The Good Investment Review published injunction with 3D Investing and the people at Good with Money is now available to download below. Pennine Wealth Solutions are proud to be sponsors of this publication, as it highlights the research required to make informed decisions when constructing investment portfolios in the sustainable and impact investing market. It also Read more

2019-05-09T06:51:38+01:00May 9th, 2019|Latest News, Research|

Markets & Key Events | 26th April 2019

Markets & Key Events | 26th April 2019 The earnings season in the US is approximately one third of the way through and so far, results are mixed. The Nasdaq composite, heavily weighed by Technology stocks, touched fresh highs after a surge in Facebook and Microsoft. Both companies comfortably beat profit estimates, and Microsoft became Read more

2019-05-01T07:30:43+01:00May 1st, 2019|Latest News|

Markets & Key Events | 18th April 2019

Markets & Key Events | 18th April 2019 Though the US and most European markets are shut tomorrow for Good Friday, it was still a busy week of economic data releases for major economies including the Eurozone and China. Meanwhile investors have also been closely following the first quarterly earnings reports, as markets make sense Read more

2019-04-24T07:17:25+01:00April 24th, 2019|Latest News|