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The weather is getting nicer and although we can’t enjoy pub gardens (yet), I am still craving a good G&T.

February and March saw torrential downpours, April scattered showers and May blistering sunshine; the British weather appears to have correlated remarkably well with the mood of the markets in 2020…

Head of Charities, Mark Powell reviews the infrastructure sector as an asset class, which the JM Finn charities team have been increasing exposure to over the last ten years, as they sought to…

UK and US markets were closed last Monday for public holidays, here for the Spring Bank Holiday and in America for Memorial Day.

JM Finn’s stock selection committee chairman, Freddy Colquhoun offers his thoughts on the market.

Amid the ongoing global Coronavirus pandemic, Japan is navigating the greatest economic contraction since the end of World War Two.

Marcus Holden-Craufurd, Investment Director at JM Finn looks ahead at some of the primary concerns for private clients.

The news that our economy took a near 6% hit in March, resulting in a contraction of 2% in Gross Domestic Product for the first quarter of the year, was sufficient to bring the recent run of rises in…

Latest market comment: Michael Bray, CFA looks ahead from the view of the bears and the bulls.

The stock market is a discounting mechanism and following the sharp moves in February and March, investors used April to take a step-back and ask whether ‘enough’ discounting had been done.

In these strange times there are many people sitting at home unable to work, care for their loved ones or even keeping themselves busy.

The problem with the current situation is that it is hard to know when it will all end.

COVID-19 appeared from nowhere and took us by surprise at the start of March.

Reminiscences of a Stock Operator is a fictionalised account of the life of securities trader Larry Livingston.