Economic Review – November 2019

Our monthly Economic Review is intended to provide background to recent developments in investment markets. The bulletin also gives an indication of how some key issues could impact in the future.

In this month’s economic review we continue to look at the positive data coming from the UK which shows better than expected performance from the UK economy. Its interesting to note that official GDP figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show the UK economy grew more than all forecasts in a Reuters poll of economists. As investors continue to digest the latest rate cut by the federal reserve we see mixed results across the globe in relation to markets.

Our update this month includes the following headlines:

  • UK Set to avoid recession
  • Signs of slowing labour market
  • Markets
  • Consumer caution abounds
  • Economic cost of Brexit

If you would like to be sent our monthly review via email, please complete our form on our contacts page.

Click on the link below to read our latest review now.

 

Speak with our Financial Planners today

Related blog posts

The week in review – 1st June

On Friday, the Chancellor took to the Downing Street podium and confirmed that the Job Retention Scheme will conclude at the end of October. Rishi…

Read More

The week in review – 26th May

With another sunny bank holiday weekend approaching, Health Secretary Matt Hancock, took the opportunity at the Thursday briefing to remind the public, “We must renew…

Read More

The week in review – 18th May

Further details of the government’s next steps in the fight against Coronovirus were laid out in a statement in Parliament on Monday, accompanied by a…

Read More

Why use a Financial Adviser?

  In our case study below, we run through the scenario of some new clients who thought they could manage their portfolio themselves. However eventually…

Read More

How do you find a lost pension?

  Research by the Association of British Insurers (ABI) conducted in 2018 found there were approximately 800,000 lost pensions in the UK which amounted to…

Read More
Coming to a crossroads in life

Financial Planning as a result of selling a limited company

Selling shares in a construction company John had a business in construction that he owned with two co-directors. They decided to sell the business as…

Read More

Planning for Retirement

Self-employed, with a number of pensions Spencer is 65 and lives in Worthing with his wife.  He is a self-employed carpenter. Spencer came in to…

Read More

Michael and Mandy

Michael and Mandy are 46 and 43 respectively, and own a business in Worthing. They were in the process of buying the business from the…

Read More

Nigel is looking for an investment that will reduce his Income and Capital Gains Tax Bill

Nigel is 55 years old, an additional rate taxpayer, lives in Brighton and works in the city. Nigel’s company was bought by another, and he…

Read More