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Our Chief Investment Office and experts share insights into our house view and macro trends.

European political risk in 2017 and the rise of populism

The past 12 months have seen three massive political upsets. In June, UK voters opted to leave the European Union, prompting the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron.

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Monetary policy is dead; long live fiscal policy in 2017

Over the course of the next year we believe that governments will take increasing responsibility for boosting economic activity – and fiscal policy in 2017 will become more important than the unorthodox monetary policies introduced by central banks since the financial crisis


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We’re going on a bear (well, bond bear market) hunt

After Donald Trump’s election victory, investors are rightly concerned that a bond bear market may now be underway, with government bond prices falling and yields rising as a result.

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A look back at 2016 – a walk on the wild side

From the surprises of 2016 to the challenges of 2017

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Autumn Investment Conference video 2016: where do the investment certainties lie?
9 December 2016 in Investment ideas, Investment market

Our Autumn Investment Conference 2016 presented many interesting insights.

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Autumn Investment Conference 2016: the digest
8 December 2016 in Investment ideas, Investment market

Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management and a number of our clients enjoyed a stimulating day at our 2016 Autumn Investment Conference. Hosted by the Canadian High Commission at Canada House, London on Friday 4 November 2016, our annual conference provides a forum to delve into global economic analysis and challenge the status quo. It presents an opportunity for our clients to hear competing views and perspectives from our expert guest speakers and industry thought-leaders.

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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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