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The future of the British high street

What is the role of the research team at Quilter Cheviot? Our team of in-house analysts look for the best investment opportunities to recommend to your Investment Manager, who uses this to make decisions around your portfolio. In this video, Scott Stevens talks to Equity Analyst Amisha Chohan about the future of the high street. 

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Dealers' Early Call

The FTSE 100 is called to open 4 points higher at 7441. Stocks closed broadly higher Friday, giving the S&P 500 index its third weekly gain in a row and putting it within reach of the record high it hit last September. Banks led the gains on Wall Street after JPMorgan Chase reported a strong quarter, helped by higher interest rates. Disney soared after unveiling a new video streaming service to go up against Netflix, the industry leader. Asian stocks were mostly higher on Monday in morning session, with Japan’s Topix touching its highest level for 2019, after strongerthan-expected China data on Friday improved investor confidence.

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Does populism pose a risk to markets?

Populism appears to have been the dog that hasn’t barked over the past few years. While populists have won notable victories in the US, UK and Italy, there has been relatively little fallout for investors. For some asset classes, you could even argue that populism has had a net positive effect, with Donald Trump’s tax cuts delivering a large boost to company earnings and the US economy overall.