Increase to UK inflation, while China’s consistent growth raises questions

UK inflation data (CPI) released last week showed that prices increased by 1.0%, higher than economists’ expectations of 0.9%. Surprisingly, the ONS reported that the rise was not explicitly linked ...

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October 28, 2016

Repercussions of Brexit show as Tesco Unilever dispute goes public

The most significant sign yet of Sterling induced inflation came last week, in the form of a high-profile row between Tesco and Unilever. While Unilever did not achieve the 10% ...

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October 19, 2016

Sterling drifts lower as possibility of ‘hard Brexit’ grows

Sterling took another step down last week following an unexplained (No specific news or action has been attributed to causing it) flash crash overnight on Friday, falling 6.1% to as ...

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October 10, 2016

Strawberry’s Quarterly Investment Outlook

While there is a lot happening in world politics our overall view of investment markets when looking at medium to long term investment outlook is that there are no major ...

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October 4, 2016
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