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Our Chief Investment Office and experts share insights into our house view and macro trends. Read our latest investment market updates here. 

Time to reconsider stashing cash
26 November 2020 in Investing

If you have been keeping cash deposits in formerly reliable accounts such as National Savings & Investments, Premium Bonds or government bonds, and you have seen interest rates falling, it's time to rethink your arrangements. At Canaccord Genuity, we will be happy to discuss alternative ways of investing your capital while aiming to achieve returns above inflation.

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The expert view on healthcare investments in a new age
25 November 2020 in ESG investing, Investing, Market update

Our Deputy Chief Investment Officer Justin Oliver, chats with Dan Mahony, Co-Head of Healthcare at active fund manager Polar Capital about the incredible pace of change driven by the pandemic and the healthcare investments trends emerging from it.

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Just the injection the markets needed

In this article, our CIO, Michel Perera provides an update following the COVID-19 vaccination breakthrough and how this has boosted investor sentiment. 

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US election market update

Our Chief Investment Officer, Michel Perera shares his thoughts on how the stalled US election results do not change the fundamentals of the global economy and their impact on markets.

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Why diversity and inclusion should matter to investors

In this article, Patrick Thomas, Head of ESG Investments looks at how diversity and inclusion can have a profound impact on investment returns, and how the COVID-19 crisis has revealed that these matter more than ever. 

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Quarterly markets update

In this video and article, Justin Oliver, Deputy Chief Investment Officer, International provides his latest thoughts on financial markets and the investment environment.

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IMPORTANT: Investment involves risk. The value of investments and the income from them can go down as well as up and you may not get back the amount originally invested. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

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