September 30, 2019

Paul Craig and Rasmus Soegaard

Portoflio Managers at Cirilium


With Boris Johnson’s unprecedented proroguing of UK parliament, six consecutive defeats in the House of Commons, and a Supreme Court ruling against the government, wh...

March 21, 2019

Sandwiched between a series of crucial Brexit votes, much of the Chancellor’s Spring Statement consisted of appeals to parliament to deliver an orderly exit from the EU.

There weren’t any major tax announcements, although Mr Hammond was able to launch a number of consul...

February 8, 2019

Despite it's many other benefits, the EU's own economic policies leave a lot to be desired. This article highlights some revealing facts about the prosperity, growth and investment performance of the European Union over a number of decades.

The journey of reaching our financial goals is not achieved in a single step, but through graduating through smaller stages (or stepping stones) until we achieve the financial freedom and abundance that we are content with. It is my experience that each stage can be ea...

The world cup, royal wedding, sunshine and low inflation boost retail sales but for some it's a little too late. Meanwhile, government borrowing continues to fall. In our monthly economic and property review we look at the latest important developments to the UK ec...

The labour market is strong and wages are increasing but still not keeping in line with inflation over the longer term. In our monthly economic and property review we look at the latest important developments to the UK economy and property market.

April 23, 2018

With inflation reducing and wage growth increasing, we look at whether or not the household income squeeze is about to end. Our monthly economic and property review also looks at the latest important developments to the UK economy and property market.


There’s no shortage of information and opinion provided by the media when it comes to investments and the financial markets. Sometimes the sheer weight of information can make you feel like it’s not the right time to be invested. 


March 24, 2018

Bank of England signalling earlier than expected rate rise and are difficulties finding quality and reliable staff causing firms to push up wages

The 'Do Nothing' statement provided us with a brief reminder of the large number of existing and new consultations and a summary of the overall economy.

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