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Black Monday: After the storm …

18 October 2017

In a moment that has gone down in weather forecasting history, Michael Fish reassured the nation that a hurricane was not on its way before the Great Storm hit the UK, devastating parts of the South of England. News story in full »

UK inflation reaches three per cent in September

17 October 2017

Today (17th October 2017) the Office for National Statistics announced that UK inflation had hit a five-and-a-half year high. News story in full »

Should we fear October?

12 October 2017

October is considered by many to be the scariest month. This year, not only do we have Friday the 13th to contend with, in addition to the traditional Halloween mischief night and trick or treating, but seasoned investors may know that October is historically one of the most volatile months for stocks. News story in full »

Noisy neighbours?

12 October 2017

As Bombardier workers press for more government action over the current trade dispute with Boeing, Andrew Feldhaus, Investment Manager, looks at the potential wider ramifications for the UK, post-Brexit. News story in full »

Redmayne-Bentley’s Top Trades

5 October 2017

Below we take a look at the most frequently traded shares through Redmayne-Bentley over the last couple of weeks and consider why they have been so popular. News story in full »

Sarah keeps the torch burning for Candlelighters

21 September 2017

When Sarah Giles ran 13 miles in the Great North Run, there was one very special young man on her mind every step of the way. News story in full »

Redmayne-Bentley’s Top Trades

21 September 2017

Below we take a look at the most frequently traded shares through Redmayne-Bentley over the last couple of weeks and consider why they have been so popular. News story in full »

Time to get back in the saddle?

15 September 2017

Stock markets, like the British summer, are unpredictable – but there are still plenty of sayings traditionally used to guess its movements. News story in full »

The first domino to fall

14 September 2017

It was among the defining images of the global financial crisis. On 14th September 2007, thousands of worried Northern Rock customers lined up outside their local branches in a desperate attempt to rescue their savings after hearing the institution was in trouble and seeking emergency help from the Bank of England (BoE). News story in full »

Bank of England keeps interest rates on hold

14 September 2017

Today the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee has voted to keep interest rates at 0.25 per cent. News story in full »

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