deVere Group
deVere Group
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  • Article 50 and the UK Stock Market
    The forthcoming Brexit negotiations will focus on the exit terms and the status of nationals working abroad. In all likelihood a new replacement U.K / E.U trade agreement will not be in place by end of March 2019, leaving the U.K to conduct its trade with the E.U under WTO tariffs. As this becomes apparent, shares in domestic-focused companies may suffer relative to those of FTSE100 multinationals...
deVere Group
deVere Group
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  • Outlook for Capital Markets in 2017
    Tom Elliott identifies Donald Trump's fiscal stimulus of the U.S economy as potentially the single most important economic theme in 2017, with implications for global capital markets.
deVere Group
deVere Group
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  • Wall Street under President Trump - a boom and bust scenario?
    Tom Elliott asks if lower taxes and increased infrastructure, together with curbs on immigration and tariffs on imports, might cause a short boom in domestic demand and corporate earnings. As inflation gathers pace and interest rates rise, markets may then panic.
deVere Group
deVere Group
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  • US Credit
    The U.S non-financial corporate sector currently holds $1.84 trillion of cash against $6.6 trillion of debt. Some believe that debt levels have become excessive, and wonder if this could be where the next financial crisis lurks
deVere Group
deVere Group
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  • Wither Sterling?
    The U.K government's option to chose a 'hard' Brexit will almost certainly lead to the U.K leaving the single market and -if it wants to strike its own trade deals with Australia etc. - the E.U's free trade area. Investors are nervous that the economic disruption will slow growth, and lead to an unwillingness of foreigners to fund the $162bn current account deficit. Goldman Sacs forecast a further...
deVere Group
deVere Group
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deVere Group
deVere Group
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  • Nigel Green deVere Group - Questioned Live on His Opinion on Current Markets
    Nigel Green, deVere Group CEO and Founder questioned live by Sarah Lowther of Proactive Investors for his opinions on current markets. UK-based investors should avoid over-exposure to their home market amid 'Brexit' turmoil, Mr Green goes on to say. They should be wary of the relatively high valuation of UK stocks and the weakening economy despite the FTSE 100 hitting its highest level in more ...
deVere Group
deVere Group
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  • Political populism and investing
    Tom Elliott explains why investors should think twice before voting for parties that want to limit the movement of people and goods around Europe and the world
deVere Group
deVere Group
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  • Stock market investors should not fear the new tone coming from central banks
    Global capital markets are nervous that central banks are about to raise interest rates and /or reduce their monthly bond purchases, and so raise the risk free rate that equity investors use to justify their stock market holdings. Any rise in bank account cash rates, or core government bond yields, threaten stock market valuations. But inflation remains relatively low throughout the developed worl...
deVere Group
deVere Group
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  • U.K politics: chaotic, but potentially good for investors
    In view of the chaotic state of the U.K government following last week's general election, investors might be surprised at how little sterling has fallen and U.K stock markets have been affected. This may reflect the fact that stronger economic growth is forecasted under a soft Brexit, which now appears possible, and with an easing of fiscal austerity.
deVere Group
deVere Group
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  • Political populism and investing
    Tom Elliott explains why investors should think twice before voting for parties that want to limit the movement of people and goods around Europe and the world
deVere Group
deVere Group
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New YouTube videos detected.

  • Sterling and Brexit
    Tom Elliott looks into why sterling has lost value as fear of Brexit rises and US rate hikes later this year are once again being priced into the market. With one of the largest current account deficits in the developed world, the UK may have to see much higher interest rates from the Bank of England to support sterling, or accept continuing weakness until the deficit clears itself. A look at why...
deVere Group
deVere Group
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  • Article 50 and the UK Stock Market
    The forthcoming Brexit negotiations will focus on the exit terms and the status of nationals working abroad. In all likelihood a new replacement U.K / E.U trade agreement will not be in place by end of March 2019, leaving the U.K to conduct its trade with the E.U under WTO tariffs. As this becomes apparent, shares in domestic-focused companies may suffer relative to those of FTSE100 multinationals...
deVere Group
deVere Group
YouTube Video

New YouTube videos detected.

  • Outlook for Capital Markets in 2017
    Tom Elliott identifies Donald Trump's fiscal stimulus of the U.S economy as potentially the single most important economic theme in 2017, with implications for global capital markets.
deVere Group
deVere Group
YouTube Video

New YouTube videos detected.

  • Wall Street under President Trump - a boom and bust scenario?
    Tom Elliott asks if lower taxes and increased infrastructure, together with curbs on immigration and tariffs on imports, might cause a short boom in domestic demand and corporate earnings. As inflation gathers pace and interest rates rise, markets may then panic.
deVere Group
deVere Group
YouTube Video

New YouTube videos detected.

  • US Credit
    The U.S non-financial corporate sector currently holds $1.84 trillion of cash against $6.6 trillion of debt. Some believe that debt levels have become excessive, and wonder if this could be where the next financial crisis lurks
deVere Group
deVere Group
YouTube Video

New YouTube videos detected.

  • Wither Sterling?
    The U.K government's option to chose a 'hard' Brexit will almost certainly lead to the U.K leaving the single market and -if it wants to strike its own trade deals with Australia etc. - the E.U's free trade area. Investors are nervous that the economic disruption will slow growth, and lead to an unwillingness of foreigners to fund the $162bn current account deficit. Goldman Sacs forecast a further...
deVere Group
deVere Group
YouTube Video
deVere Group
deVere Group
YouTube Video

New YouTube videos detected.

  • Nigel Green deVere Group - Questioned Live on His Opinion on Current Markets
    Nigel Green, deVere Group CEO and Founder questioned live by Sarah Lowther of Proactive Investors for his opinions on current markets. UK-based investors should avoid over-exposure to their home market amid 'Brexit' turmoil, Mr Green goes on to say. They should be wary of the relatively high valuation of UK stocks and the weakening economy despite the FTSE 100 hitting its highest level in more ...

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