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May 10, 2024
Will Biden’s China Tariffs Spark Market Volatility and Trade War? premium
US President Biden is set to unveil new tariffs on China as soon as next week. These tariffs will focus on key industries such as electric vehicles, semiconductors, and solar equipment. This will likely spark short-term market volatility. Setting the Stage for Trade Uncertainty Current tariffs are anticipated to remain in place. This development follows the President's recent push to extend tariffs on Chinese steel and aluminium. The Read More
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April 18, 2024
Bank of England needs to start rate easing from June, no excuses! premium
The Bank of England must not be swayed into thinking a smaller-than-forecast decline in inflation in March should be used to delay rate cuts further. Britain's annual inflation fell last month for the second straight month to 3.2%. Positive Outlook Despite Marginal Deviation Although this latest data is marginally higher than forecast, the overall inflation outlook is upbeat. As I was quoted by Yahoo Finance, Investor Read More
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March 7, 2024
Could lacklustre Spring Budget drive people out of UK? premium
Dissecting the Spring Budget Chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s Spring Budget is a flop. A flop that I believe will help to drive people and investors out of Britain. Wednesday’s Budget is the Chancellor’s fourth fiscal event, just over three months after last year’s autumn statement. As I was quoted by London Loves Business, The Banker, Private Banker International, Trust Net, Elite Business Magazine, and Birmingham Mail, amongst other media, Read More
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January 4, 2024
International Investor Awards! What a start to 2024! premium
What an amazing way to kick off the New Year! By taking home two prestigious International Investor Awards! International Investor named deVere Group Investment Advisory Firm Of The Year – 2024. Not only that, but they included me in the Finance Power 50 - 2024. International Investor is both an online and printed magazine that provides information through time-sensitive news and insightful articles and research on subjects ranging from global markets, industry Read More
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November 23, 2023
Hunt’s Autumn Statement 2023, full of missed opportunities? premium
UK Chancellor Jeremy Hunt delivered the Autumn Statement 2023 on Wednesday in the House of Commons, which I believe is lukewarm and insufficient to shift the Conservatives’ political narrative. This was Hunt’s key opportunity outside of the Budget to unveil tax and spending announcements, and considering Labour are 20 points in front in the polls, it was one of the last chances for the government to change the narrative for the Tories before the general Read More
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October 19, 2023
Oil prices to spike further if President Biden fails to ease tensions premium
Oil prices will rise further, impacting both the global economy and investors, should US President Biden not alleviate the rising Middle East tensions during his visit to the region. Just yesterday morning, an Israeli air raid struck a Gaza City hospital. At least 500 people were killed, according to health authorities. President Biden is now in Israel - Washington's closest ally in the Middle East - for a high-stakes visit with regional Read More
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September 6, 2023
G20 summit must tackle climate change and financial inclusion premium
The Urgency of Climate Action The upcoming G20 summit in India at the weekend needs a concrete plan for scaled-up green financing for the Global South as a crucial strategy to tackle climate change. As we’re seeing, climate change isn’t a threat anymore. It’s a reality. Rising global temperatures, extreme weather events, melting ice caps, and sea-level rise are already impacting communities, ecosystems, and economies worldwide. The Global Read More
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September 4, 2023
Lithuania to become a Baltic economic powerhouse? premium
Lithuania is the best-placed country in the region to overcome the economic fallout from the war in Ukraine, in my opinion. Over the last week, the war has intensified. This has sent shockwaves through the economies of neighbouring nations, creating a ripple effect that requires immediate attention. Lithuania hasn’t been spared from the effects of the crisis, with economic disruptions posing considerable challenges. Yet, as I was quoted by London Loves Read More
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August 16, 2023
Named in Best Inspiring Leaders to Watch 2023 premium
I'm incredibly proud to have been named one of CEO Views's Best Inspiring Leaders to Watch 2023.  This is particularly special as to be an inspiring leader, you need great people around you, which is what we have at deVere.  Strong, visionary leadership is about making team members feel valued and heard. Supporting and communicating with people within the organisation is critical to building great ideas.  Motivation is also a critical part of inspiring leadership. With Read More
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July 21, 2023
Referrals: The Power of Asking for Client Recommendations premium
Referrals are a potent tool for driving growth and expanding your client base. As a financial adviser, asking clients for referrals should be a vital aspect of your business strategy. They're a testament to the trust and credibility you've earned from your existing clients. When satisfied clients recommend your services to their friends, family, or colleagues, it showcases your expertise and your positive impact on their lives. Potential clients are more likely to trust the Read More
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June 15, 2023
Federal Reserve needs to stop rate hikes now premium
The Federal Reserve needs to now stop interest rate hikes because of the notorious time lag of monetary policy. On Wednesday, Fed Chair Jerome Powell announced the US central bank would skip a rate hike this month, as was broadly expected, but will resume after this pause. Indeed, as I was quoted by CBS, Value Walk, Investor Ideas, Business Today and News Finale, amongst other media, following 15 months and ten consecutive rate rises in a bid Read More
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May 25, 2023
Fed minutes suggest a rate hike pause in June premium
The US Federal Reserve will likely pause rate hikes next month, which markets will welcome. Earlier in May, US central bank officials were divided on whether to continue rate hikes at the upcoming June meeting, as per the minutes of the May 2-3 meeting published on Wednesday. Indeed, the minutes stated: "Several [policymakers] noted if the economy evolved along the lines of their current outlooks, then further policy firming after this meeting may not be necessary." However, Read More
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