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
The FTSE 100 is called to open 7 points lower at 7221. Asian stocks pared gains and Treasuries fluctuated as renewed optimism for progress in Sino-American trade talks was hit by a spat over coal imports between Australia and China. The dollar climbed and the yuan extended gains.
After a period of economic data surprising mildly on the downside, last week saw better news flow from the US as the government avoided another shutdown.
Everything and nothing is happening at the moment as political grit slows the wheels of commerce. News from Europe, Australia, Sunderland and the art world pepper this week’s Diary, along with real-time news from 1939.
Most equity markets squeaked a bit higher last week, in the absence of any material news on Sino-US trade talks and Brexit. In both cases, there is a clock ticking and a high degree of brinkmanship being employed by respective parties.
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