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Winter Issue Forty One
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It all started on a cold and stormy night in the Snickleway Inn. Over a few drinks a group of friends decided to bi ke from London to Paris, with the aim of raising funds for two fantastic charities.

Global markets edged higher throughout August and volatility levels fell to their lowest since mid-2015.

Summer has arrived late this year for we home dwellers. At last it is possible to enjoy the hot and sunny weather – and to do so without having to worry too much about what is taking place in markets.

Following the past seven years of slow but steady growth, low productivity gains and zero interest rates you'd be forgiven for forgetting what inflation feels like.

Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA) Endurance is one of the charity’s newest activities, and is quickly gaining supporters among the charity’s 500 groups around the UK.

While the cut in interest rates by the Bank of England was well signalled in advance, the implications for markets remains clouded.

The trusted source on social skills, etiquette and style has compiled a Little Black Book featuring JM Finn & Co's discretionary portfolio management service.

Write on Kew is returning to the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew for the second year, after attracting thousands of visitors in 2015.

At least one of the uncertainties created by the unexpected vote to leave the European Union has been eliminated.

With significant news and data out of China, the UK and the US, last week offered plenty of food for thought much of which could have been introduced with the question, ‘do you want the good news or…

Thursday 14th July saw the return of the Standard Cha rtered Great City Race for 2016, the 12th edition of the race. 5,000 runners took part in the run.

Global economic growth continues to tick along at reasonable, but not spectacular, rates and central bankers across the major economies remain dovish.

Despite economists expecting a rate cut, there was no change.

The Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England will meet this week to decide upon the most appropriate monetary course for the UK following the decision to leave the European Union.