The US dollar currency may be going from strength to strength, but Investment Analyst Neal Foundly has looked beyond the numbers to see what consequences this may bring global markets.

This week’s roundup includes news that EU workers will receive no preferences after Brexit according to a new report, the US has hit China with its biggest tariffs yet and robots are expected to create more jobs than they make obsolete.

2017/18 has seen a mountain of success for Equilibrium. Most importantly, our client feedback suggests that we have delivered an outstanding service, having received an average rating of five stars on Working Feedback.

Equilibrium Asset Management has grown its turnover for the eighth year running – with the figure now standing at a record £8.9 million, representing year on year turnover growth of over 20% pa.

This week’s roundup includes news that wages are rising faster than expected, Network Rail has sold its railway arches land for £1.5bn and Co-op has lowered its prices as it enters the growing funeral price war.

Financial Planner Ben Rogers takes a look at how the Fear Of Missing Out (FOMO) can drive people into short term investments and why it’s worth looking ahead further.

Equilibrium, which provides free breakfast for its staff, in May decided to instead donate this cost for one week, every month, to a foodbank in the Greater Manchester area.

This week’s roundup includes news that the boss of TSB is stepping down after the bank’s notorious IT failures, International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has rejected the Chancellor’s warnings about a no-deal Brexit and Mark Carney is in talks to extend…

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