Trade Wars – Revenge of the Tariff

A long time (21 months) ago in a galaxy far, far away (the United States), the electorate chose property mogul and TV personality Mr Donald J Trump to be their 45th President. After failing to deliver on a number of his pre-election promises, he did manage to overhaul the US tax system last year. This…

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Cave’s Quarterly – Q4 2017 Round-Up

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To get up to speed with the economic and market developments of the last three months, please take a read of the latest edition of our quarterly update – Cave’s Quarterly. CLICK HERE TO READ

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How D’YA Like Your BREGGSIT In The Morning?

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Hard or soft? It all looks a little bit scrambled to me… Theresa May’s Conservative government now has less than two years of negotiations to secure her objective of a ‘deep and special partnership’ with the EU. With the BREXIT deadline clock ticking away, speculation remains over what kind of relationship the UK will be…

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Will 2017 be as kind to investment markets as 2016?

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With the year of political astonishments now behind us, investors are attempting to identify the potential pitfalls financial markets may encounter over the next twelve months. Although we are likely to better understand the ramifications from both the EU referendum and Trump presidency as 2017 unfolds, it will undoubtedly take considerably longer to properly appreciate…

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US Election Update

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Good work from the polling companies again! Having read through a number of early research pieces this morning, the main thrust seems to be as follows in respect of the implications of a Trump presidency. Republican control of the upper houses should permit most reasonable Trump policies getting through. Some of the more ‘controversial’ campaign…

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US to ‘Trump’ Brexit?

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Had you been told 12-months ago that Donald Trump would be the Republican’s Presidential candidate, and in with a very real chance of becoming the 45th President of the United States, you wouldn’t have been alone in responding with disbelief. But then again, I doubt this time last year many would have predicted that Britain,…

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Running for the Brexit

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My advice on the differing views emanating from interested parties (Vote Leave, Remain, Bank of England, IMF, ECB etc.) on the likely effect on UK economic and individual prosperity, as we approach voting day is – believe no-one! Unfortunately, both sides of the ‘Brexit’ debate have stretched their credibility more than a little with ‘facts’…

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Not an April Fool in sight

On 1st April 2014, Cave & Sons were pleased to welcome both clients and professional associates to join us at our Northampton head-office for an evening hosted by our Chief Executive Officer, Andrew Cockerill, who was joined by regional Bank of England representative, Pamela Wright, and fund manager from Schroders, Nick Kirrage. After the exchanging…

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