Multi-asset investment thinking from the Quilter Investors team.

Weekly investment news and commentary. In this week’s issue;
  • Cry freedom: With Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests now entering their sixteenth week, the Asian financial hub’s economy is suffering, with tourist numbers down 40% in August alone…
  • Don’t just book it: After limping along for a decade, the world’s oldest travel agent, Thomas Cook, collapsed this week (September 23rd) under the weight of its 1.7bn debt pile…
  • Judges say ‘No’ to Bo-Jo: The surprise verdict given by the UK Supreme Court that Boris Johnson’s prorogation of Parliament was illegal saw sterling spike higher and the FTSE 100 index fall on the news…
  • Vaping goes up in smoke: Juul, the leading San Francisco based vaping business, is now under criminal investigation by federal prosecutors in California, although the details of the charges remain sketchy…
  • And more…

 

Quilter Investors – Between The Lines – Week 39

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