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We have once again, curated articles and information on a diverse range of subjects, all focused on the charity sector. Many of the contributors spoke at our 2018 seminars across the office network.READ MORE
A numerical description of Brexit, more about change and fund management lessons from the art world, all make an appearance in this week’s Diary. Investors are in a pensive mood with markets little changed in recent days. Last week equities ended marginally ahead, bonds and gold unchanged, whilst the dollar was our collective currency of choice. Despite burning tankers in the Strait of Hormuz the price of a barrel of oil moved up by only a fraction. Less demand, more shale supply, the explanations flooded in. Something must have changed, but quite what is a matter of debate.
The FTSE 100 is called to open 12 points higher at 7357. Asian stocks were mixed at the start of a big week for central-bank policy. Treasuries edged lower. Japanese and Australian shares saw modest losses, while equities in Hong Kong climbed after the government suspended a controversial extradition bill. S&P 500 Index futures rose after U.S.
With the return of our CapturingTheMoment 2019 photography competition, we spoke to Ross Dickie about photography tips and what he will be looking for as one of the judges. Ross is one of Scotland’s leading photographers, with his work taking him to Greenland, the Italian Dolomites and across much of Scotland.
In this weeks’ Diary thoughts on why economic growth is helpful, but not vital when it comes to making a good return, being on the right side of change and why central banks matter. Also, comments about managing supply chains in the real world and some Scottish news. All while letting the train take the strain.
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