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12/04/2019
TMI's Investment Commentary for April 2019 is now available to download.

21/03/2019
After careful consideration and subject to regulatory approval, Canaccord Genuity Group Inc. is to acquire the private client businesses of Thomas Miller, consisting of Thomas Miller Wealth Management Limited’s (“TMWM”) business and the private client business of Thomas Investment in the Isle of Man. It is hoped the regulators will approve this transaction before the end of May 2019.

15/03/2019
TMI's Investment Commentary for March 2019 is now available to download.

07/03/2019
On the 19th February Treasury Minister Alfred Cannan announced his budget for 2019-20. In what Mr Cannan described as ‘a budget of confidence’ he announced that this year the government is forecasting a budget surplus of £28M, increasing his estimate significantly from a previous forecasted surplus of £10M.

18/02/2019
TMI's Investment Commentary for February 2019 is now available to download.

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View From The Front

15/04/2019
For most people it seems Game of Thrones returning is the highlight of this week, however for a non-watcher I will be focusing my attention instead on the economic data released that could shape where markets move next. Considering the strength of equity markets this year (albeit following a severe fourth-quarter sell-off last year) alongside weakening economic data, we are surely going to have to see data start to improve significantly to lead markets higher. Having said that, a strong corporate earnings season will go some way to help equities march even higher – the earliest signs are positive, which are discussed below in the corporate section.

08/04/2019
There's plenty to get excited about this week as another Brexit deadline looms. Central bankers will be in focus with the European Central Bank (ECB) holding a monetary policy meeting and the US Federal Reserve (Fed) releasing minutes from their March FOMC meeting. China also releases a number of important economic indicators and first quarter US corporate earnings season also gets underway.

01/04/2019
It is likely to be another week dominated by Brexit headlines. However, Brexit aside, the highlight will be Central Bank meetings with both the US Federal Reserve (Fed) and the Bank of England (BoE) holding monetary policy meetings this week.

18/03/2019
It is likely to be another week dominated by Brexit headlines. However, Brexit aside, the highlight will be Central Bank meetings with both the US Federal Reserve (Fed) and the Bank of England (BoE) holding monetary policy meetings this week.

11/03/2019
Kicking off with politics in the US – Donald Trump is due to present his 2020 budget on Monday where he is expected to spark another battle with the Democrats by asking Congress to provide $8.6 billion for his border wall. Of more importance to us, however, is the economic data that is to be released this week.

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