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The US Senate Bans Imports of Enriched Uranium from Russia
The US Senate voted yesterday evening to ban imports of enriched uranium from Russia. What does this mean for the broader uranium market?
Healthcare in Election Years
A Hot Potato?
Healthcare stocks almost always underperform the broader market in presidential election years. Is it going to happen this year too?
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Are we being told the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth about climate change? No, so help us God.
A Few Facts about the Changing Climate
The planet is 4.5 billion years old and the climate system far more complex than you are led to believe. One can therefore argue that thinking we can fix everything by reducing carbon dioxide emission levels is probably a tad naïve.
Banks to Come Back into Fashion
With interest rates rising higher and faster than expected, there is understandably a lot of concern in financial markets. However, will banks see a direct uplift to profits through higher rates…and will this translate to higher share prices?
Conclusions or No Conclusions from China's NPC
China’s 20th National People’s Congress took place towards the end of October and President Xi secured his third term. There were many other points that were discussed, but what are the main conclusions that investors should be taking away from this?
Gilt Gyrations
In the UK, the Chancellor’s mini budget on Friday 23rd September, created turbulence in the gilts and sterling markets. The Bank of England stepped in and stabilised these markets, but how does this affect its credibility and can this stability last?
The Sustainability of Food
The World Food Programme reports that more than 1 in 9 people go hungry every day. The food and agricultural industry is also a massive contributor to global emissions. The rise in sustainability will boost a wide range of investment opportunities.
The Future of Food Prices
Food prices spiked a great deal in the immediate aftermath of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Despite seeing easing prices over the last few months, we believe that the supply and demand dynamics of agricultural commodities points to elevated prices.