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Quilter Cheviot is one of Ireland's largest discretionary investment management firms offering bespoke portfolio management with over €27.12 billion of assets under management (As at 30 September 2019). Based in 13 locations across Ireland and the UK and with offshore presences in Jersey and Dubai, Quilter Cheviot offers a comprehensive range of investment services.

Quilter Cheviot has developed investment solutions to meet the needs of more than 40,000 clients and designs portfolios which are tailored specifically to their requirements and risk profile. Transparency and trust are at the very heart of everything we do for our clients.

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Our research trip to Singapore and Hong Kong at the end of October was perhaps busier than any research trip I’ve been on.

Investment Insights

Dealers' Early Call

05 December 2019

The FTSE 100 called to open 5 points higher at 7193. U.S. and European stock futures were little changed after a mostly positive session in Asia as investors monitor prospects for removing a scheduled American tariff hike on China later this month. Treasuries clawed back a slice of their losses from Wednesday, when a report indicated the U.S. and China were closer to a deal that would avoid the next tariffs round. Japanese shares closed up, though off the highs of the session. Korean stocks fell, while Hong Kong and Shanghai rose. The dollar was little changed. Indian bonds tumbled after the central bank unexpectedly left interest rates unchanged.

In this week’s Diary, my final for 2019, thoughts on the rules of engagement for 2020 and the implications for investment.

With only 10 days to go until the UK election politics dominate news bulletins but does the outcome matter to an equity investor. Stock markets are very good at adjusting prices to current expectations so it is only changes to those expectations that normally materially affect valuations.

Award-winning Investment Director

Winner, Wealth Manager of the Year– City of London Wealth Management Awards 2017

Gold Rating, Diary of a Fund Manager - Portfolio Adviser Wealth Manager Awards 2017

Winner, Outstanding Achievement - City of London Wealth Management Awards 2016