Market Commentary – 27th June 2018

Good Outlook for 2018…   Despite some weakness in the first quarter, and concerns about protectionism, global economic growth is likely to hold up well this year. In advanced economies, the outlook for investment and household consumption is bright. Tightening labour markets are putting some Read more…

Market Commentary 20th June 2018

China tariffs? Is this the start to the trade wars?   President Trump has made it clear that he is in the good books with China and stated that “my great friendship with President Xi and our country’s relationship with China are very important to Read more…

Market Commentary – 13th June 2018

Trump-Kim summit fails to excite markets   It has been an interesting past few days with US President, Donald Trump meeting up with the North Korean Dictator, Kim Jong-Un. The leaders meeting in the summit in Singapore has seen good progress with Trump mentioning that Read more…

The James Grayson Blog

2 more to go As I eluded to in the previous blog, I have spent the past 2 and half weeks in the south of France playing in the Junior World Championship. The weather has been beautiful and the pool stages of the tournament have Read more…

Market Commentary – 06th of June 2018

  World Bank says advanced economies will ‘lead slowdown’   Each year the World Bank takes stock of the world economy and it’s just released its latest report. In 2016 a rising tide of investment and trade and confidence, which has lifted growth in all Read more…