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Quilter Cheviot is one of the UK’s largest discretionary investment management firms offering bespoke portfolio management with over £24 billion of assets under management (As at 30 September 2019). Based in 12 locations across the UK and with offshore presences in Jersey and a DIFC Dubai branch, 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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17 January 2020
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Dealers' Early Call

17 January 2020

The FTSE 100 is called to open 20 points higher at 7629. Asian stocks, U.S. and European futures were mixed Friday as investors mulled data from the world’s two largest economies with global stocks at records. Shares in Shanghai fluctuated after data showed Chinese industrial output beat estimates. Stocks saw a modest rise in Tokyo and Sydney, while gains fizzled in Hong Kong. U.S. futures were little changed while European contracts pushed higher. The S&P 500 Index Thursday rose to a fresh all-time high, with U.S. retail sales strengthening in December. Treasuries dipped after the U.S. announced plans for a new 20-year bond. The yuan rose. Reminder UK (FTSE) Expiry - 10:10-10:15

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