The Cambridge Weekly – 6th April 2020

Unprecedented quarter or calm before the storm?  Our quarterly review puts the events of March into context and considers the road ahead Oil price slump – dangerous or stimulating for economy? Brent crude drops to 2002 levels, creating both threats and...

The Cambridge Weekly – 2nd March 2020

Coronavirus – hitting too close to home World-wide infections may be reducing, but with new cases appearing close by stock markets are now shock markets – ‘keep calm and carry on’ is once again the best motto for prudent investors.   Brexit may...

Cambridge Weekly Update 23rd December 2019

Goodbye 2019 – welcome 2020 and a new decade! 2020 will be interesting As not only the year, but also the decade comes to a close, 2019’s last Cambridge Weekly edition has us reflecting on the larger shifts we are witnessing 2010/2020 – one decade...

Cambridge Weekly 5th August 2019

The Elephant and the Little Old Lady: A tale of two Central Banks It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. Dickens’ immortal line roughly sums up the differing actions of two of the world’s major central banks this week. In the US, the Federal Reserve...